Sept. 9. 2010 Types of Sentencing.Part 1

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Sentencing Structures in the  States: Part 1
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Learning Objectives Students will be able to describe the four types of  sentencing structures. Students will be able to describe the differences between  indeterminate and determinate sentencing models. Students will be able to describe which type of  sentencing goal is best accomplished under determinate  and indeterminate sentencing models.  Students, using a hypothetical criminal case, will apply  determinate and indeterminate sentencing models and  understand the degree of influence that the legislature  and judges have in each model.  01/30/11 Corrections 2
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Four Types of Sentencing  Structures Indeterminate Sentencing Determinate Sentencing  Sentencing Guidelines  Presumptive Advisory Mandatory Sentencing  01/30/11 3 Corrections
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In determinate Sentencing Terms of incarceration to prison ranges in  years (minimum and maximum term)  determined by the legislature and  incorporated into the criminal code.  Judge  retains ability to make decision to send  convicted felon to prison or not, or to  suspend the term of imprisonment, and to  select amount of time within the statutory  range.    Terms of incarceration may be reduced  through the discretion of an administrative  agency (parole) that has the authority to  release offender at a point prior to  01/30/11 4 Corrections
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Indeterminate Sentencing 30 states, including Georgia, have  indeterminate sentencing structures Goals accomplished include  rehabilitation , incapacitation, and  deterrence  01/30/11 5 Corrections
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Georgia’s Definition:  Voluntary Manslaughter (a) cause the death of another human being under 
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2011 for the course CRJU 3310 taught by Professor Maryfinn during the Fall '10 term at Georgia State University, Atlanta.

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