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Unformatted text preview: 2. 2. Woodson v. North Carolina Woodson v. North Carolina Atkins v. Virginia Atkins v. Virginia 4. Schriro v. Summedin Schriro v. Summerlin 05. Roper v. Simmons Roper v. Simmons 06. 06. Kennedy v. Louisiana Kennedy v. Louisiana 07. Hall v. Florida Hall v. Florida Hurst v. Florida Hurst v. Florida Question 3 Identify determinate and indeterminate sentencing Explain one critique of indeterminate sente Your response should be at least 200 words. Please use the material from your textbook Shoul use outside sources, the sources must be both cited and referenced in APA format. Selected Identify determinate and indeterminate sentencing. Explain one critiqu Answer: indeterminate sentencing. A determinate sentence is a jail or prison sentence that has a well-defi and can't be altered by a parole board or other organization. For case, eight months in the county jail is determinate, because the inmate will months behind bars. An indeterminate sentence is one that consists of years for instance, 20 years to life. Through an indeterminate sentence time a minimum term but the release date The indeterminate sentencing model is considered mainly by enormous choice. It goes on the belief that sentenced offenders are more likely to their own rehabilitation if such partaking will reduce the amount of tim have to spend in prison. But, indeterminate sentencing may lead in unt sentences unfair by race, gender, or social class. It also may change to isonment than the sentence on indicate. Though. critics of such a structure gives the parole bos massibly lead to...
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