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Jury and Sentencing

Title Published Date Author Hits
Nudging Judges Away from Implicit Bias: Using Behavioral Science to Promote Racial Equity in Federal Sentencing 28 May 2022 Samantha Cremin Hits: 2569
Crime and Punishment: an Empirical Study of the Effects of Racial Bias on Capital Sentencing Decisions 31 March 2022 Matthew A. Gasperetti Hits: 2716
Racial Bias, Jury and The False Promise of Peña-Rodriguez 26 May 2022 Daniel S. Harawa Hits: 1490
Black Lives Matter in the Jury Box: Abolishing the Peremptory Strike 03 December 2022 Payton Pope Hits: 828
Further Punishing the Vulnerable: Why Home Confinement Is Superior to Solitary Confinement in a Pandemic Situation 27 November 2022 Loveleen Singh Hits: 695
Batson Fails Again: How the Resurgence of Black Lives Matter Highlights the Ease of Bypassing the Race-Neutral Requirement and Proposed Modifications to Refine the Standard 06 November 2022 Linette A. Duluc Hits: 1192
How Free Is Free Speech: Media Bias, Pretrial Publicity, and Defendants' Need for a Universal Appellate Rule to Combat Prejudiced Juries 02 November 2022 Haley Loquercio Hits: 1259
Where Black Lives Matter Less: Understanding the Impact of Black Victims on Sentencing Outcomes in Texas Capital Murder Cases from 1973 to 2018 14 October 2022 Jelani Jefferson Exum and David Niven Hits: 1164
Walking a Mile in Their Shoes Before Judging: Optimizing Judicial Empathy in the Criminal Sentencing of Black Americans with “Impact of Race and Culture Assessments” 09 October 2022 Kylee Gomez Hits: 1341
Criminal Stereotypes of Muslim and Arab Americans and the Impact on Evaluations of Ambiguous Criminal Evidence 06 October 2022 Joseph J. Avery, DongWon Oh, Lauren Feldman, Reuven Cooper and Joel Cooper Hits: 1656
Modern Sentencing Mitigation 03 October 2022 John B. Meixner Jr. Hits: 508
The Ballad of the "White" Collar Criminal: an Examination of the Intersection of Race and Gender in Federal White-collar Sentencing and Possible Implications of the Findings 01 September 2022 Taylor Tesher Hits: 904
Addressing Racial Inequities in the Criminal Justice System Through a Reconstruction Sentencing Approach 15 February 2022 Jelani Jefferson Exum Hits: 1446
Analyzing Wrongful Convictions Beyond the Traditional Canonical List of Errors, for Enduring Structural and Sociological Attributes, (Juveniles, Racism, Adversary System, Policing Policies) 06 September 2021 Leona D. Jochnowitz and Tonya Kendall Hits: 1734
Reconstruction Sentencing: Reimagining Drug Sentencing in the Aftermath of the War on Drugs 21 August 2021 Jelani Jefferson Exum Hits: 2274
Racism, Incorporated: Ramos v. Louisiana and Jogging While Black 31 July 2021 Victor C. Romero Hits: 1983
Deadly Bias: Why North Carolina's Legacy of Systemic Racism Within Capital Sentencing Necessitates the Reinstatement of the Racial Justice Act 11 July 2021 Laura G. Jensen Hits: 1223
Sentencing Memoradum of Derek Chauvin for Murder of George Floyd 25 June 2021 Peter A. Cahill Hits: 4625
A Racially Biased Obstacle Course: Apprendi Transformed the Federal Sentencing Guidelines into a Series of Judicial Obstacles; Can Shame Reduce the Racial Disparities? 21 June 2021 Kallie S. Klein and Susan R. Klein Hits: 1210
Race-conscious Jury Selection 17 June 2021 Anna Offit Hits: 986
Awakening the American Jury: Did the Killing of George Floyd Alter Juror Deliberations Forever? 05 June 2021 Tamara F. Lawson Hits: 1712
Solitary Confinement as Illegitimately Proscribed and Disproportional Punishment: Another Angle from Which to Attack the Inhumane Practice 02 June 2021 Danika Jo Anderson Hits: 1902
Bringing Sentencing into the 21st Century: Closing the Gap Between Practice and Knowledge by Introducing Expertise into Sentencing Law 27 May 2021 Mirko Bagaric, Nick Fischer and Gabrielle Wolf Hits: 1611
Junk Science at Sentencing 03 March 2021 Maneka Sinha Hits: 1129
Moving the Needle: Two Promising Tools to Attack Arkansas's Racial Disparity in Criminal Sentencing 26 October 2020 Anastasia M. Boles Hits: 2741
Have Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Sentencing Declined? 28 May 2019 Ryan D. King and Michael T. Light Hits: 3198
The Implicit Racial Bias in Sentencing: The Next Frontier 31 December 2018 Mark W. Bennett Hits: 3082
Excusing “Women of Circumstance”: Redefining Conspiracy Law to Hold Culpable Offenders Accountable 12 September 2018 Amanda E. Smallhorn Hits: 3231
Slave Narratives and the Sentencing Court 05 June 2018 Lindsey Webb Hits: 2375
Mandatory Minimum Sentencing and Black Males 03 April 2012 Edward Blakemore Hits: 19523
Ensuring Black Lives Matter When the Penalty Is Death 11 November 2022 Sidney Balman Hits: 949
No Path to Redemption: Evaluating Texas's Practice of Sentencing Kids to De Facto Life Without Parole in Adult Prison 22 November 2020 Lindsey Linder and Justin Martinez Hits: 2102
A Rose Is Still a Rose: Rethinking the Impact of Prison Alternatives 30 October 2022 Evan Coleman Hits: 840
Early Release Advocacy in the Age of Mass Incarceration 29 September 2021 Renagh O'Leary Hits: 1614
The Cruelty of Supermax Detention and the Case for a Hard-time Sentencing Discount: a Pragmatic Solution to a Moral Shortcoming 25 November 2020 Mirko Bagaric and Jennifer Svilar Hits: 1774
Jury Nullification as a Spectrum 24 March 2022 Richard Lorren Jolly Hits: 2322
The Increased Exposure to Coronavirus (Covid-19) and Reducing Most Prison Terms Due to the Harsh Incidental Consequences of Prison 25 March 2021 Mirko Bagaric, Peter Isham and Jennifer Svilar Hits: 2634