Go Directly to Jail: The Criminalization of Almost Everything
Cato Institute, 2004 - Law - 173 pages
The American criminal justice system is becoming ever more centralized and punitive, owing to rampant federalization and mandatory minimum sentencing guidelines. Go Directly to Jail examines these alarming trends and proposes reforms that could rein in a criminal justice apparatus at war with fairness and common sense.
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