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January 28, 2018

Lots of interesting pieces in inaugural volume of Annual Review of Criminology

I just saw the first issue of the Annual Review of Criminology here, and so many of the impressive articles are now at the top of my ever-growing "to read" list.  These pieces (among many in the big issue) are likely to be of particular interest to sentencing fans:

January 28, 2018 at 11:32 PM | Permalink

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