Sentencing - Mandatory minimum Three-strikes Sentencing guidelines Conclusion Changes must be made Growing society Continued control of crime Crime

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 9/11/10 Sentencing Now and Then By: Jessie Lassabe 4/18/2010 CJS/230
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9/11/10 Introduction Models of sentencing Different options of sentencing Reforms of sentencing Guilt y! Now what?
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9/11/10 Sentencing Models Rehabilitation model Reintegration model Crime control model Should we keep them locked up or give them a chance to change? This is the question!!
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9/11/10 More Sentencing Models Justice model (harsher just deserts model) Neoclassical model Selective incapacitation model Don’t we get a say in what happe ns?
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9/11/10 The Big Fix in the Balanced and restorative justice model “Three Cs”
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9/11/10 Sentencing Options Noncustodial Imprisonment Death
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9/11/10 Sentencing Reforms
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Unformatted text preview: Mandatory minimum Three-strikes Sentencing guidelines 9/11/10 Conclusion Changes must be made Growing society Continued control of crime Crime 9/11/10 Resources Paul H. Robinson, 1 ONE PERSPECTIVE ON SENTENCING REFORM IN THE UNITED STATES, Rutgers University School of Law, Camden, 1997, accessed on 4/19/2010 from http:// www.law.upenn.edu/fac/phrobins/sentencingreform.html United States Sentencing Commission, Simplification Draft Paper, 1995, accessed on 4/19/2010 from http:// www.ussc.gov/SIMPLE/sra.htm Joe Messerli, Death Penalty Pros and Cons, 11/21/2009, accessed from http://www.balancedpolitics.org/death_penalty.htm...
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Sentencing - Mandatory minimum Three-strikes Sentencing guidelines Conclusion Changes must be made Growing society Continued control of crime Crime

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