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Capitalizing on Criminal Justice

The U.S. criminal justice system “piles on.” It punishes too many for too long. Much criminal law scholarship focuses on the problem of excessive punishment. Yet for the low-level offenses that ... DUKE LAW JOURNAL CAPITALIZING ON CRIMINAL JUSTICE EISHA JAIN 0 1 0 Assistant Professor of Law, University of North Carolina School of Law. This Article benefited greatly from comments by Monica Bell

Criminal Justice and the Mattering of Lives

, but because the allegations had already been disregarded.74 65. See David P. Bryden & Sonja Lengnick, Rape in the Criminal Justice System, 87 J. Crim. L. & Criminology 1194, 1233 (1997) (“[T]he

Rationing Criminal Justice

Of the many diagnoses of American criminal justice’s ills, few focus on externalities. Yet American criminal justice systematically overpunishes in large part because few mechanisms exist to force ... mechanisms exist to force consideration of the full social costs of criminal justice interventions. Actors often lack good information or incentives to minimize the harms they impose. Part of the problem is

Introduction to the Special Issue on Crime and Criminal Justice in Europe

criminology and criminal policy. The number of offenses, prosecutions, convictions or prisoners gathered through crime and criminal justice statistics and the trends shown by these indicators provide valuable ... Justice, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen , Platz der Göttinger Sieben 6, 37073 Göttingen , Germany 1 School of Criminal Sciences, University of Lausanne, UNIL - ESC - Sorge - BCH , CH-1015 Lausanne

Crowdfunding Civil Justice

experts’expenditures and remuneration, opportunity costs, and intangible harms.16 These costs impact the tendency to sue, and might inhibit access to justice when: (1) they exceed the claimant’s expected benefit from

Corrective Justice as A Principle of Criminal Law: A Prolegomenon

interactions with other persons. The argument proceeds in three steps. First, I specify the subject-matter that principles of criminal law need to ground and provide an outline of the idea of corrective justice ... . Second, I show that corrective justice can account for the main cases of crime and the salient modes of criminal responsibility. I also argue that corrective justice can make sense of two prima facie

Evaluating concurrent validity of criminal justice and clinical assessments among women on probation

, CT 06520-8030 , USA Background: Women in the criminal justice (CJ) system experience complex and comorbid medical, psychiatric, and substance use disorders, which often contribute to CJ involvement ... assessments of women's social and health needs to develop individualized targeted case plans that simultaneously improve health and CJ outcomes. Women; Probation; Criminal justice; HIV; Risk needs assessment

Editorial Introduction: Happenings, Acts, and Actions: Articulating the Meaning and Implications of Human Agency for Criminology by Ray Paternoster

Criminology Institute, Griffith University , Brisbane , Australia Earlier this year, in March, Ray Paternoster passed away after battling idiopathic pancreatitis. His family, friends, students, colleagues, and ... indeed the criminology community have been shocked at this unexpected loss. Ray departed this world much too soon, and while his impact on our field and the many people he touched is significant and

The Feasibility, Appropriateness, Meaningfulness, and Effectiveness of Parenting and Family Support Programs Delivered in the Criminal Justice System: A Systematic Review

Children whose parents are involved in the criminal justice system (CJS) are at increased risk of developing social, emotional, and behavioural difficulties and are more likely than their peers to ... delivery of programs are discussed. Parenting programs ● Parenting ● Implementation science ● Implications for practice ● Criminal justice system - Children whose parents have been imprisoned are often

Plea Bargaining and International Criminal Justice

Negotiated Justice, in INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: PRINCIPLES AND RULES (Göran Sluiter et al. eds., 2013) . I thank Linda Carter for inviting me to take part in the Symposium and for her helpful edits ... , GUILTY PLEAS IN INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW: CONSTRUCTING A RESTORATIVE JUSTICE APPROACH 74 (2007). 12. Olivera Simic, Bringing “Justice” Home? Bosnians, War Criminals, and the Interaction Between the

Plea Bargaining and International Criminal Justice

Negotiated Justice, in INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: PRINCIPLES AND RULES (Göran Sluiter et al. eds., 2013) . I thank Linda Carter for inviting me to take part in the Symposium and for her helpful edits ... , GUILTY PLEAS IN INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW: CONSTRUCTING A RESTORATIVE JUSTICE APPROACH 74 (2007). 12. Olivera Simic, Bringing “Justice” Home? Bosnians, War Criminals, and the Interaction Between the

False Starts, Wrong Turns and Dead Ends: Reflections on Recent Developments in Criminology

The nature and direction of criminology has changed significantly over the past two decades. The subject area has also grown exponentially and become more diverse. New fields of inquiry are opening ... ) . There has been some provocative discussion around Foucauldian themes (Rose 1999; Garland 1997) as well as an informative examination of the application of risk analysis within the criminal justice

Connecting criminal justice, mental health, and family support for better delivery of human services

, Hasson J ( 2018 ) The Connection's approach: a model for integrating criminal justice, mental health, and other social services in the U.S. state of Connecticut. Aggression and Viol Behav (in press) ... services in the areas of community justice, behavioral health, and family and housing support. Unlike most agencies, it provides all these services under one rubric, which forces it not only to coordinate

The Emerging Adulthood Gap: Integrating Emerging Adulthood into Life Course Criminology

from biology, sociology, psychology, criminal justice, and criminology. Instead of being a theory in the traditional sense, it is an alternative way of looking at and understanding human development.19 ... psychology, and criminology, and over the last fifteen years an ever increasing portion of scholarship in criminal justice and criminology has been devoted to the subject. This article argues that the emerging

Reclaiming Restorative Justice: An Alternate Paradigm for Justice

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 347 Restorative Justice (“RJ”) is a rapidly growing field of study and practice that cuts across disciplines, from criminal law and criminology to education and social work. It has become a catchall ... AND THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 326 II. COURT-BASED RJ PROGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 335 † Shailly Agnihotri

Realist Criminology and its Discontents

Critical criminology must move beyond twentieth-century empiricist and idealist paradigms because the concepts and research programmes influenced by these paradigms are falling into obsolescence ... ) From the car boot to booting it up? eBay, online counterfeit crime and the transformation of the criminal marketplace . Criminology and Criminal Justice 12 ( 2 ): 175 ‐ 191 . DOI: 10 .1177

Criminal Justice for All

, popular, and political discourse: The criminal justice system needs fixing. Deborah Tuerkheimer is a Professor of Law at Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law. The author is grateful to Robin West ... can usefully disaggregate contemporary criminal justice critique by observing three distinct (albeit overlapping) categories of concern. One is the concern for mass incarceration and its collateral

Nudging the Criminal Justice System into Listening to Crime Victims in Plea Agreements

criminal law. Second, the article demonstrates a choice architecture mechanism that leaves the prosecutor’s discretion intact; while at the same time nudges the participation of the crime victims. The ... years, the criminal justice system has changed dramatically in numerous respects. First, plea agreements have grown to become the rule in the criminal justice system (CJS), rather than trials.6 Ultimately

Incapacitating Dangerous Repeat Offenders (or Not): Evidentiary Restrictions on Armed Career Criminal Act Sentencing in United States v. King

Career Criminal Act’s different-occasions inquiry. In so doing, the Sixth Circuit joined the Second, Fourth, Fifth, Seventh, Tenth, Eleventh, and D.C. Circuits in holding that sentencing courts deciding ... Under the Armed Career Criminal Act ,98 J. CRIM. L. & CRIMINOLOGY 1407, 1411 (2008); Levine, supra note 2, at 545– 46; Emily Marano, Comment, The Need for Sneed: A Loophole in the Armed Career Criminal

Criminal Law as Family Law

The criminal justice system has morphed dramatically over the last several decades, achieving more pervasive control over the lives of individuals than ever before. The expansion began with the ... . Meares, Mass Incarceration: Who Pays the Price for Criminal Offending?, 3 CRIMINOLOGY & PUB. POL’Y 296 288 GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW between criminal justice and child welfare for Black mothers