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Predictive Analytics' Punishment Mismatch, Jessica M. Eaglin Jan 2017

Predictive Analytics' Punishment Mismatch, Jessica M. Eaglin

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The Drug Court Paradigm, Jessica M. Eaglin Jan 2016

The Drug Court Paradigm, Jessica M. Eaglin

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Drug courts are specialized, problem-oriented diversion programs. Qualifying offenders receive treatment and intense court-supervision from these specialized criminal courts, rather than standard incarceration. Although a body of scholarship critiques drug courts and recent sentencing reforms, few scholars explore the drug court movement’s influence on recent sentencing policies outside the context of specialized courts.

This Article explores the broader effects of the drug court movement, arguing that it created a particular paradigm that states have adopted to manage overflowing prison populations. This drug court paradigm has proved attractive to politicians and reformers alike because it facilitates sentencing reforms for low-level ...


Reducing Racial And Ethnic Disparities In Jails: Recommendations For Local Practice, Jessica M. Eaglin, Danyelle Solomon Jan 2015

Reducing Racial And Ethnic Disparities In Jails: Recommendations For Local Practice, Jessica M. Eaglin, Danyelle Solomon

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People of color are overrepresented in our criminal justice system. One in three African American men born today will be incarcerated in his lifetime. In some cities, African Americans are ten times more likely to be arrested when stopped by police. With the national debate national focused on race, crime, and punishment, criminal justice experts are examining how to reduce racial disparities in our prisons and jails, which often serve as initial entry points for those who become entangled in the criminal justice system.

This report, which relies on input from 25 criminal justice leaders, pinpoints the drivers of racial ...


Neorehabilitation And Indiana's Sentencing Reform Dilemma, Jessica M. Eaglin Jan 2013

Neorehabilitation And Indiana's Sentencing Reform Dilemma, Jessica M. Eaglin

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Against Neorehabilitation, Jessica M. Eaglin Jan 2013

Against Neorehabilitation, Jessica M. Eaglin

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In the face of severe budget constraints, bipartisan calls for reform, dropping crime rates, and judicial intervention, states are seriously considering and implementing criminal justice reform to manage prison populations for the first time in three decades. Scholars agree that states need a guiding theory to transform emergency and short-term reforms into a long-term shift in policy and practice away from mass incarceration. Numerous scholars advocate for a return to an improved theory of rehabilitation to guide the states in implementing such reform. This return-through neorehabilitation, or the rehabilitation of rehabilitation-centers on the use of evidence-based programming and predictive tools ...


Improving Criminal Justice: How Can We Make The American Criminal Justice System More Just?, Joseph L. Hoffmann, Nancy J. King Jan 2011

Improving Criminal Justice: How Can We Make The American Criminal Justice System More Just?, Joseph L. Hoffmann, Nancy J. King

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Whose Justice? Which Victims?, Lynne N. Henderson Jan 1996

Whose Justice? Which Victims?, Lynne N. Henderson

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The Dilemma Of Legal Discourse For Public Educational Responses To The "Crisis" Facing African-American Males, Kevin D. Brown Jan 1994

The Dilemma Of Legal Discourse For Public Educational Responses To The "Crisis" Facing African-American Males, Kevin D. Brown

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Book Review. The Limits Of Liberalism: Wrong To Others, Patrick L. Baude Jan 1986

Book Review. The Limits Of Liberalism: Wrong To Others, Patrick L. Baude

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Justice In The 20th Century, Jerome Hall Jan 1971

Justice In The 20th Century, Jerome Hall

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The Prisoner's Dilemma And Mutual Trust: Comment, Robert L. Birmingam Jan 1969

The Prisoner's Dilemma And Mutual Trust: Comment, Robert L. Birmingam

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Book Review. Star Wormwood By Curtis Bok, Paul D. Carrington Jan 1960

Book Review. Star Wormwood By Curtis Bok, Paul D. Carrington

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The Moral Quality Of The Criminal Law, Paul D. Carrington Jan 1959

The Moral Quality Of The Criminal Law, Paul D. Carrington

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Book Review. Michael, J. And M.J. Adler, Crime, Law And Social Science, Ralph F. Fuchs Jan 1934

Book Review. Michael, J. And M.J. Adler, Crime, Law And Social Science, Ralph F. Fuchs

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Book Review. Criminal Justice In England By Pendleton Howard., Frank Edward Horack Jr. Jan 1932

Book Review. Criminal Justice In England By Pendleton Howard., Frank Edward Horack Jr.

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Social Science As An Aid To Administration Of The Criminal Law, Jerome Hall Jan 1931

Social Science As An Aid To Administration Of The Criminal Law, Jerome Hall

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Book Review. Pound, R., Criminal Justice In America, Jerome Hall Jan 1931

Book Review. Pound, R., Criminal Justice In America, Jerome Hall

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Book Review. Kuhlman, A. F., A Guide To Material On Crime And Criminal Justice, Ralph F. Fuchs Jan 1929

Book Review. Kuhlman, A. F., A Guide To Material On Crime And Criminal Justice, Ralph F. Fuchs

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