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December 9, 2019

Lots worth reading at Law360 "Access to Justice" section

I am not quite sure when I started subscribing to Law360's  "Access to Justice" section, but I am quite sure that a lot of recent content in the section should be of great interest to sentencing fans.  Here are just some of the recent headlines and stories that caught my eye in no particular order:

"‘Scot-Free’: What Happens When Prosecutors Behave Badly"

"Time To Rethink License Suspensions Without Due Notice"

"Changing The Way We Dialogue About Justice Reform"

"As Parole Drives Incarceration, Can NY’s Bar Spur Reforms?"

"Appearances Matter If Jurists Want To Talk Justice Reform"

"Book Review: Who's To Blame For The Broken Legal System?"

December 9, 2019 at 09:35 PM | Permalink

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