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Criminal Justice Daily Articles

Criminal Justice Daily Articles

Criminal Justice Daily Articles

July 9 Don’t stop with the police: Check racism in the prosecutor’s office July 7 What the police believe  The undeniable reality of systemic racism in America July 6 Criminal Justice  July5 The undeniable reality of systemic racism in America  July 2 Give Trump credit for the First Step Act — but not for much else on criminal justice issues  June 30 Is the criminal justice system doing enough to

Mandatory Minimums Bibliography

Websites — Affirmative Families Against Mandatory Minimums General Articles Mandatory Minimum Penalties (2019) Federal Mandatory Minimums: Safety Valve and Substantial Assistance Exceptions (2019) Sentencing and Mandatory Minimums (2018) Federal sentencing guidelines and mandatory minimums (2018) The State of Mandatory Minimums: Federal Report (2017) An Overview of Mandatory Minimum Penalties in the Federal Criminal Justice System (2017) Mandatory Minimum sentences for sex offenses  (2019) Federal Mandatory Minimums for Sex Offensess (2019)

Prison Abolition Affirmative and Negative (Amar Adam)

Prison Abolition Affirmative and Negative (Amar Adam)

Amar Adam Amar Adam is Assistant Debate Coach at the University of Kentucky, one of the premier college debate programs in the United States and home of the Tournament of Champions. He currently coaches the top-ranked team in the United States. Over the past 5 years, Amar has had an impressive record of accomplishments in college debate as both a student and a coach. As a student, he captained the University of

Plea bargaining affirmative and negative PLUS bibliography

Plea bargaining affirmative and negative PLUS bibliography

Affirmative — General Coercive plea bargaining has poisoned the criminal justice system (2020) Innocence is irrelevant in the age of the plea bargain (2017) The Deal You Can’t Refuse — The Troubling Spread of Plea Bargaining (2018) Coerced Consent: Plea Bargaining, the Trial Penalty, and American Racism (2019). Mental Competency Law And Plea Bargaining: A Neurophenomenological Critique (2016).  Discussion of neoliberalism in a paper on plea-bargaining may seem superfluous, perhaps

General Solvency Answers (Criminal Justice Reform)

General Solvency Answers (Criminal Justice Reform)

See also: Legal reforms fail Major Supreme Court decisions did not restructure power relationships or provide any legal protections. They only served to legitimate an unfair system and actually caused a backlash at the state level that undermined rights Paul Butler, Professor, Georgetown University Law Center, 2013, Yale College, B.A.; Harvard Law School, J.D., Poor People Lose: Gideon and the Critique of Rights, https://www.yalelawjournal.org/pdf/1179_qac7rmgq.pdf the most famous Supreme Court decisions:

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108-Disproportionate number of black youth in the criminal justice system Chapan & Kirby, June 2020, Francesca Kirby defends and prosecutes a broad range of offences in the Crown and Magistrates Court. This has included appearing in cases involving violence, sexual offences, drugs, dishonesty and confiscation proceedings’ Zoe Chapman has experience defending and prosecuting cases involving dishonesty offences, drugs, RTA, violence and sexual offences, as well as confiscation and forfeiture proceedings,

Criminal Justice Reform Capitalism — Specific Links (James Allan) and Backfiles

Criminal Justice Reform Capitalism — Specific Links (James Allan) and Backfiles

James Allan is an experienced and hard-working member of the policy debate community, taking part as a competitor, coach, and judge for the past nine years. He attended Lakeland High School in New York where he focused mostly on ‘traditional’ policy debate argumentation, ultimately earning one bid to the Tournament of Champions and finishing sixth overall at the NSDA Championships. In college, James pivoted towards the critical side of the argumentative

CLS and Legal Reforms — Files, Citations

CLS and Legal Reforms — Files, Citations

Butler — Yale Law Journal — The critique of rights has evolved to many sets of critiques.55 One description on a website curated by a group of legal theorists who teach or have taught at Harvard Law School summarizes five basic elements: (1) The discourse of rights is less useful in securing progressive social change than liberal theorists and politicians assume. (2) Legal rights are in fact indeterminate and incoherent.