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October 16, 2008

ACS proposals for next administration's Justice Department

Though disappointingly light on criminal justice discussions, there are still a lot of interesting ideas to be found in a series of federal justice policy papers released today by the American Constitutional Society.  The details and papers of this project, titled "A Fresh Start for a New Administration: Reforming Law and Justice Policies," can be found at this link.  Here are some of the papers that should be of special interest to sentencing fans:

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