Mandatory sentencing: the experience of two states
Kenneth Carlson, National Institute of Justice (U.S.). Office of Development, Testing, and Dissemination, Abt Associates
U.S. Dept. of Justice, National Institute of Justice, Office of Development, Testing, and Dissemination, 1982 - Law - 25 pages
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