Sentencing Law and Policy: Cases, Statutes and Guidelines (3d ed. 2013)
A leading text in criminal law, co-authored by leading scholars in the field, Sentencing Law and Policy draws from extensive sources to present a comprehensive overview of all aspects of criminal sentencing. Online integration with sentencing commissions, thorough treatment of current case law, and provocative notes and questions, stimulate students to consider connections between disparate institutions and examine the purposes and politics of the criminal justice system.
The Third Edition has been updated to include recent developments in sentencing case law and provocative discussions of policy debates across a wide range of topics, including discretion in sentencing, race, death penalty abolition, state sentencing guidelines, second-look policies, the impact of new technologies, drug courts and much more.
Criminal Law | Criminal Procedure | Law
Demleitner, Nora V.; Berman, Douglas A.; Miller, Marc L.; and Wright, Ronald F., "Sentencing Law and Policy: Cases, Statutes and Guidelines (3d ed. 2013)" (2013). Books and Chapters. 86.