American sentencing : what happens and why?
- edited by Michael Tonry.
- Chicago : The University of Chicago Press, 
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- Physical description
- viii, 535 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
- Crime and justice (Chicago, Ill.) ; v. 48.
- Tonry, Michael H. editor.
- Weisberg, Robert, 1946- Stanford Law School graduate, J.D. (1979) author.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Preface / Michael Tonry
- Fifty years of American sentencing reform : nine lessons / Michael Tonry
- The Wild West of sentencing reform : lessons from California / Robert Weisberg
- Forty years of American sentencing guidelines : what have we learned? / Richard S. Frase
- Federal sentencing after Booker / Paul J. Hofer
- The evolution of sentencing guidelines in Minnesota and England and Wales / Julian V. Roberts
- Model Penal Code : sentencing : workable limits on mass punishment / Kevin R. Reitz and Cecelia M. Klingele
- Trials and tribulations : the trial tax and the process of punishment / Brian D. Johnson
- Have racial and ethnic disparities in sentencing declined? / Ryan D. King and Michael T. Light
- Predictions of dangerousness in sentencing : déjà vu all over again / Michael Tonry
- Criminal courts as inhabited institutions : making sense of difference and similarity in sentencing / Jeffery T. Ulmer.
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- Crime and justice: a review of research ; volume 48
- 9780226644912 (cloth)
- 022664491X (cloth)
- 9780226645070 (pbk.)
- 022664507X (pbk.)
- 9780226645100 (e-book)
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