The Sentencing Process

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Dartmouth, 1963 - Law - 492 pages
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After conviction, but before passing sentence, a judge will take into account a range of information about the facts of the offense and the circumstances of the offender. When these matters are in dispute, the facts need to be resolved to an appropriate s

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Contents

The Missing Element in Sentencing
3
Martin Davies 1974 Social Inquiry for the Courts British Journal
135
Nigel Stone 1992 PreSentence Reports Culpability and the 1991 Act
151
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