Spring 2014 Course Schedule

Criminal Sentencing,Plea Bargaining,Corrections (LAW-732-001)


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The philosophy and practices of sentencing and corrections: retribution, deterrence, incapacitation, rehabilitation, the death penalty, corporal punishment, imprisonment, fines, probation, and innovative alternatives; sentencing criteria and practices; women, juveniles, and other special classes of offenders, including the insane, alcoholics, drug addicts, corporate offenders, draft resisters, political dissidents, and sexual psychopaths; a review of the institutions responsible for carrying out penal sanctions - prisons, mental institutions, and juvenile facilities; and practices of foreign countries.

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