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  1. Twenty-one dollars or twenty-one days [electronic resource]

    Watertown, MA : Documentary Educational Resources (DER), 1973.

    A man arrested for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest tells his story in night court.

    Online Alexander Street Anthropology

  2. Sentencing guidelines : lessons from Pennsylvania

    Kramer, John H., 1943-
    Boulder : Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2009.

    Sentencing guidelines, adopted by many states in recent decades, are intended to eliminate the impact of bias based on factors ranging from a criminal's ethnicity or gender to the county in which he or she was convicted. But have these guidelines achieved their goal of ""fair punishment""? And how do the concerns of local courts shape sentencing under guidelines? In this comprehensive examination of the development, reform, and application of sentencing guidelines in one of the first states to employ them, John Kramer and Jeffery Ulmer offer a nuanced analysis of the complexities involved in administering justice.This is a comprehensive examination of sentencing guidelines that illuminates the complexities involved in administering justice.


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