September 29, 2008
FSR publishes issue on "American Criminal Justice Policy in a 'Change' Election"
I am pleased to report that, just in time for the election stretch-run, the latest issue of the Federal Sentencing Reporter focused on American criminal justice is now available here on-line. The issue is titled, simply enough, "American Criminal Justice Policy in a 'Change' Election." The full contents of this FSR issue are listed on-line here, and here is just a small sample of what readers can find in the issue:
- Frank O. Bowman, III,, The Sounds of Silence: American Criminal Justice Policy in Election Year 2008 (available for download below)
ARTICLES BY ELECTED OFFICIALS
- Patrick Leahy, Using DNA and Forensic Science to Catch the Guilty and Protect the Innocent
- Claire McCaskill, Reentry Courts
- Robert C. “Bobby” Scott, Deemphasize Punishment, Reemphasize Crime Prevention
- Lamar Smith, The New Challenges of Cybercrime
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