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Running head: CHECKPOINT - ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 1 Checkpoint - Annotated Bibliography Lori J. Babler COM220 September 1, 2010 Rhonda Evans
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CHECKPOINT - ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 2 Checkpoint - Annotated Bibliography Marshall, P. (2002, May 10). Three-strike laws. CQ Researcher , 12 , 417-432. Retrieved August 2010, from CQ Researcher Online, http://library.cqpress.com/cqresearcher/cqresrre2002051000 This is a peer reviewed article from the University of Phoenix Library which provides a good history of sentencing laws from various states in addition to crime statistic increase and decrease levels over the past 20 years. It also provides information on some of the pros and cons of the California Three Strikes Law. Romano, M. . (2010). Divining the Spirit of California's Three Strikes Law. Federal Sentencing Reporter, 22(3), 171-175. Retrieved August 28, 2010, from Research Library. (Document ID: 2035896901). This is a peer reviewed document from the University of Phoenix Library that provides detailed information of the scope and intent of the California Three Strikes Law in addition to the guidelines of the law. Tabarrok, A., & Helland, E. (2009). Measuring Criminal Spillovers: Evidence from Three Strikes. Review of Law and Economics , 5 (1), Retrieved from EconLit with Full Text database. This is a peer reviewed document from the University of Phoenix Library that
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