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Prevention as the Primary Goal of Sentencing: The Modern Case for Indeterminate Dispositions in Criminal Cases
(San Diego Law Review, 2011)
Among modern-day legal academics determinate sentencing and limiting retributivism tend to be preferred over indeterminate sentencing, at least in part because the latter option is viewed as immoral. This Article contends ...
Comparative Empiricism and Police Investigative Practices
(North Carolina Journal of International Law & Commercial Regulation, 2011)
In the search and seizure context, the United States is much more heavily wedded to warrants and exclusion than European countries and in the interrogation setting requires more robust warnings than most nations in Europe. ...
Some Hypotheses About Empirical Desert
(Arizona State Law Journal, 2011)
Paul Robinson has written a series of articles advocating the view that empirical desert should govern development of criminal law doctrine. The central contention of empirical desert is that adherence to societal views ...