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Reducing Racial Disparity in the Criminal Justice System A Manual for Practitioners and Policymakers About The Sentencing Project The Sentencing Project is a national nonprofit organization which promotes sentencing reform and the use of alternatives to incarceration through program development and research on criminal justice issues.
SENTENCING MEMORANDUM ______________________ The United States hereby submits the following memorandum in aid of sentencing for the Court’s consideration.
unforseen effects 3 how “truth in sentencing” became law newly convicted prisoners age 50+ defining “geriatric” parole under the current system:
Trial Guidebook A Practical Guide for Survivors of Homicide Attending Trial Table of Contents Victims’ Rights Under Arizona Statute and Court Rule Victims’ Rights Before Trial Victims’ Rights During Trial Victims’ Rights After Sentencing Going to Trial Sequence of Events in a Criminal Trial Arrest Preliminary Hearing / Grand Jury Arraignment Case Management Conference Pretrial Conference Trials &
Greene’s articles on criminal sentencing issues, police practices, and correctional policy have appeared in numerous publications, including The American Prospect, Corrections Today, Crime and Delinquency, Current Issues in Criminal Justice, The Federal Sentencing Reporter, The Index on Censorship, Judicature, The Justice Systems Journal, Overcrowded Times, Prison Legal News, The Rutgers Law Journal, and The Wake Forest Law Review.