March 5, 2005
If you have somehow caught up on all the sentencing reading recently provided for us by the courts (just some of which is linked here), there is no shortage of additional reading being provided by academics. Below I have listed and linked just a few of the articles I recently noticed on SSRN that are sentencing related:
- The Untimely Death (and Rebirth?) of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines by Professor Roger Craig Green
- Can 'Death Row Phenomenon' Be Confined to Death Row Inmates? by Professor Tung Yin
- A Map of Sentencing and A Compass for Judges: Sentencing Information Systems, Transparency and the Next Generation of Reform by Professor Marc L. Miller
- Handcuffing Justice: The Shaky Empirical Foundations of the Feeney Amendment and also Racial and Gender Disparities in Prison Sentences: The Effect of District-Level Judicial Demographics both by Professor Max M. Schanzenbach
- The Right to a Jury Decision on Sentencing Facts after Booker: What the Seventh Amendment can Teach the Sixth by Professor Paul F. Kirgis
- Prosecutorial Discretion as an Ethical Necessity: The Ashcroft Memorandum's Curtailment of the Prosecutor's Duty to 'Seek Justice' by Professor Amie N. Ely
- Moral Accuracy and 'Wobble' in Capital Sentencing by Professor Scott E. Sundby
March 5, 2005 at 05:11 PM | Permalink
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Hi Prof. Berman,
As a long-time fan of your site, I'm thrilled you've listed "Prosecutorial Discretion as an Ethical Necessity" as "weekend reading" for March 5, 2005.
I feel obliged to correct my title, however. I'm just a mere law student, not a law school professor. I couldn't find any way to make that designation clear in SSRN, but the piece is labeled as a "Note" in the pdf file, which is identical to its published form in 90 Cornell L. Rev. 237.
Keep up the good work!
Posted by: Amie N. Ely | Mar 13, 2005 11:28:19 PM
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