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November 7, 2016

Interesting array of distinctive sentencing articles in Louisiana Law Review’s Fall 2016 issue

A helpful reader alerted me to this new symposium issue of the Louisiana Law Review with four distinct articles on four distinct criminal sentencing topics. The publication follows the live symposium earlier this year, reported here, which was titled "Throw Away the Key: Criminal Sentencing Reform in the 21st Century." Here are the four article from that issue:

Slavery Under the Thirteenth Amendment: Race and the Law of Crime and Punishment in the Post-Civil War South by Peter Wallenstein

Restitution and the Excessive Fines Clause by Kevin Bennardo

The Right to Redemption: Juvenile Dispositions and Sentences by Katherine Hunt Federle

Incomplete Sentences: Hobby Lobby’s Corporate Religious Rights, the Criminally Culpable Corporate Soul, and the Case for Greater Alignment of Organizational and Individual Sentencing by Kenya J.H. Smith

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