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March 11, 2010

Latest FSR issue on federal alternatives to incarceration now available on-line

I am pleased to report that the latest issue of the Federal Sentencing Reporter is now available on-line, bearing the title "Decreasing Incarceration in the Federal System: Alternative Sanctions, Diversion, and Other Models."  The Table of Connects for this latest FSR issue can be accessed at this link, and the full issue and/or a full subscription to the Federal Sentencing Reporter can be ordered on-line here.) 

This timely FSR issue on sentencing alternatives was put together by FSR editor Nora Demleitner.  And the title of her Editor’s Observations, which are available here, captures some of the spirit and themes of the whole issue: "Replacing Incarceration: The Need for Dramatic Change."  The issue is filled with a variety of provocative ideas about how such a change might be engineered in the federal system.

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