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  • The Politics of Decarceration: Prisoners of Politics: Breaking the Cycle of Mass Incarceration.

    ... criminal-justice policies because "tough-on-crime" rhetoric is simpler than "smart-on-crime" ... of elected officials--legislators, prosecutors, and judges--who see punitiveness as their only ... a dozen states closing prisons or considering doing so, after decades of expansion. (6) A ...The American public is far from uniformly punitive, and there are signs that it will likely ...19, 2019), https://www.prisonpoIicy.org/reports/pie2019.html [https://perma.ee/Y6VC-ZB7V]. . ...

  • Is Bitcoin rat poison? Cryptocurrency, crime, and counterfeiting (CCC).

    ...(148) Consequently the specie value of U.S. coinage was greater than ...(253) For example, prostitution is illegal in U.S. law in most states. (254) ... Enter Bilateral No-Spy Deal with Germany, Reports Media, THE GUARDIAN (Jan. 14, 2014), archived at ... the duty of creating and maintaining a uniform and pure metallic standard of value throughout ...

  • Life, Liberty, and Trade Secrets: Intellectual Property in the Criminal Justice System.

    ...Widespread debates over the pros and cons of these technologies have overlooked a ... scientists use software programs to analyze crime scene evidence, including DNA, (8) fingerprints, ... California, Kansas, New Jersey, and the Uniform Rules of Evidence; to a series of treatises ... to disclose the facts, data, and full reports that form the bases of expert opinion testimony ...

  • Buying happiness: property, acquisition, and subjective well-being.

    ...Modern American consumer culture tends to equate the acquisition of real ... rhetoric and legal enticements for prospective homeowners--may do more to reduce than enhance ...(31) Reports of subjective well-being also correlate with ... with similar experiences tend to be uniform. (64) There will inevitably be some degree of ... than a ten-year sentence for a much worse crime. (67) Samuel Bagenstos and Margo Schlanger have ...

  • CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF TAXATION.

    ... revolutionized everything from the way we consume and interact to the way we do business. (2) Given ..."), and has issued numerous other reports to address some of these challenges. (78) At the ... Although serious debate exists regarding the pros and cons of the registration method versus the ... source data, such as invoices, in a uniform or standardized format to the appropriate tax ...31, 2017), https://www.oecd.org/tax/crime...

  • Police-worn body cameras: An antidote to the "Ferguson effect"?

    ... have on society play in the prevalence of crime--what has sometimes been called the "Ferguson ...Part IV then considers potential concerns about the use of body cameras, ... by the FBI's recently released 2015 Uniform Crime Report ("UCR"). (42) For cities with ... law enforcement investigations and prosecutions. Once justice under the law has been served and ... Body Camera Footage Before Writing Their Reports?, ACLU (Jan. 13, 2015, 12:15 PM), ...

  • 527 U.S. 471 (1999), 97-1943, Sutton v. United Air Lines

    ...Consequently, they filed suit under the Americans with ... measures such as assistive or prosthetic devices. Although the parties dispute the ...'s intent lies in the Committee Reports on the bill, which 'represen[t] the considered ... judgment, the Committee Reports and the uniform agency regulations merely confirm the message ... be construed to cover only "organized crime" because Congress included findings in the Act's ...

  • 487 U.S. 815 (1988), 86-6169, Thompson v. Oklahoma

    ... enactments and jury determinations and consider the reasons why a civilized society may accept or ... less than 16 years old at the time of the crime. Pp. 821-823.         (b) Relevant state ... of the death penalty, and have uniformly required that the defendant have attained at ... provided for some 15-year-olds to be prosecuted as adults. These laws appear to render ... 37 Professor Streib reports that the last execution of a person for a crime ...

  • Exploring Condemnation: Commentary on Real Property Valuation in Condemnation.

    ...12. Construction of the Public Improvement . 13. Damages in ... appraiser's objective analyst role), and the pros and cons of sharing draft appraisal reports. ... answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand ... term may not always be clear-cut or uniform. The text points out that some state ...

  • Negligent hiring and the information age: how state legislatures can save employers from inevitable liability.

    ... employers routinely "Google" their prospective employees. (1) Stories about job seekers who lose ... the employment's space and time constraints, or do not act with the purpose of serving their ... employee who may have committed a violent crime in the past was suitable for quarry work due to ... BUREAU OF CONSUMER PROT., USING CONSUMER REPORTS: WHAT EMPLOYERS NEED TO KNOW (Mar. 1999), ..., 1082 (2004) ("There is also a need for a uniform standard governing what types of workplace ...

  • RATIONING CRIMINAL JUSTICE.

    ... few mechanisms exist to force consideration of the full social costs of criminal justice ... penal policy, and legislators and prosecutors both win when prosecutorial power expands. (5) ... or sentencing approaches to drug crimes, high-crime neighborhoods, poor minority ... required agencies to submit detailed reports computing the costs and benefits of substantial ...81, 113 (1996) ("It has been uniform and constant in the federal judicial tradition ...

  • INCREDIBLE WOMEN: SEXUAL VIOLENCE AND THE CREDIBILITY DISCOUNT.

    ...Although false reports of rape are uncommon, law enforcement officers ... as well as infrequent arrests and prosecutions. Credibility discounts, which are meted out at ... justice, one deserving of separate consideration, we may begin to grasp the full implications of ...Substantive Definitions of Crime and Defense 25 B. Incredulous Law Enforcement 27 ... for sexual assault provided by the FBI Uniform Crime Report (UCR), a primary source of national ...

  • RE-EXAMINING THE ADMISSIBILITY OF VICTIM IMPACT STATEMENTS IN CAPITAL CASES.

    ...' CHARACTERIZATIONS AND OPINIONS ABOUT THE CRIME A. Do All Admissions of These Types of VISs ...Motivations of the Prosecutors IV. FIXING THE PROBLEMS LEFT BY BOOTH, PAYNE, AND ... on each count, to be served consecutively." (26) . Although the Sisters' intervention may ...5, 1996. . (20.) U.B. Staff and Wire Reports, Ursuline Community Won't Support Death Penalty ... to only the victim's family--is not uniform. For examples of states that have both the death ...

  • Judicial power to regulate Plea bargaining.

    ..., many states have distinctive constitutional structures and long histories of prosecution by ... prosecutorial discretion for some crimes, although apparently the mandate remains a .../pdf/news/congressional-testimony-and-reports/mandatoryminimum-penalties/ ... can exert some influence toward more uniform practices. See, e.g., FLA. STAT. Ann. [section] ...

  • Cross-border domestic violence: the global pandemic and the call for uniform enforcement of civil protection orders.

    ...(16) Violence against women was considered a private matter and States believed they had no ...-state, private violence against women "to crimes of conflict and mass rape as a weapon of war." ... women and girls from violence, and prosecute the perpetrators." (59) The convention gives a ... things such as "preparation of flagship reports" and other valuable studies. Id. "The overall ...

  • The privacy policymaking of state attorneys general.

    ... federal agencies have been more constrained by politics. Local knowledge, specialization, ... the ins and outs of investigations, pros and cons of enforcement strategies, and practical ...The FTC's policy reports and research have inspired states to devote ... in the Consumer Protection Bureau and an e-crime unit in the Criminal Division. (43) Illinois has ... security and privacy laws in favor of a uniform federal standard? Instead of over-deterrence, is ...

  • 526 U.S. 314 (1999), 97-7541, Mitchell v. United States

    ... pleaded guilty to federal charges of conspiring to distribute five or more kilograms of cocaine ... she had no right to remain silent about her crime's details; found that the codefendants' testimony ...It would allow prosecutors to indict without specifying a drug quantity, ... widespread that, as late as 1953, the Uniform Rules of Evidence drafted by the National ... judge may consider, for example, reports of probation officers and psychiatrists without ...

  • The Structure of Search Engine Law

    Introduction . I. Search Engine Technology and Business. A. Technology. 1. Indexing . 2. Queries . 3. Results . 4. Content . B. Business. II. The Structure of Search Engine Law . A. Users' Interests. 1. Query Privacy . 2. Unbiased Results . B. Providers' Interests. 1. Minimizing Costs . 2. Avoiding Unfair Competition. 3. Prominent Placement in Results . C. Third Parties' Interests. 1. Ownership. 2

    ..., who elevate content to prominence or consign it to obscurity. They are inventors, who devise ... denial-of- service attacks are both crimes and torts, 95 and normal principles of co- .... @@B. The Pros and Cons of Disclosure and Mandated Results. If ... and diversity, in that they enforce uniform policies about results across engines. Moreover, ... which allows users to search for personal reports posted by other users about cheating men-by name. ...

  • 402 U.S. 183 (1971), 203, McGautha v. California

    ...Certiorari was granted to consider whether petitioners' rights were infringed by ... of the circumstances surrounding the crime, of each defendant's background and history, and ... into evidence a series of hospital reports which contained further information on Crampton's ... whether the Federal Constitution proscribes the present procedures of these two. . States ... This history reveals continual efforts, uniformly unsuccessful, to identify before the fact those ...

  • One 'Get Out of Jail Free' Card: Should Probation be an Authorized Courts-Martial Punishment?

    ... When one considers that probation is the most common criminal ... Section four addresses the pros and the cons of implementing a formal probation ... in 1971 for greater certainty and uniformity in sentencing and for a more comprehensive ... that he must (1) commit no other crimes; (2) possess no controlled substances; (3) ... probation the basic ideas of presentence reports, supervised conditions, social casework, and ...

  • Two cultures of punishment.

    ... for "aristocratic equality" is indeed a constant in continental Europe. One of the most famous ... and degrade on the idea that the offender's crime reflected the condition of his or her soul but ... the fear: "[W]e are terrified by the prospect of innocent people being gunned down at random, ... rationalism--but by no means is that uniformly true. Furthermore, the two views, despite the ...Anecdotally, one hears reports in Europe suggesting that European criminal ...

  • Cost-benefit analysis of financial regulation: case studies and implications.

    ... prices, so crisis odds would not be uniform over time but would vary in cycles and across ...BCBS 173 reports an estimated baseline probability of a crisis per .... Another challenge is that Basel III consists of a package of reforms, not one reform. As FSA ... for organizing and communicating the pros and cons of a proposed regulation. Conceptual ... reliance, or other elements of the tort or crime of fraud exists, and regardless of whether the ...

  • Illegally evading attribution? Russia's use of unmarked troops in Crimea and international humanitarian law.

    ... the use of unmarked troops, soldiers in uniforms but without nationality insignia, in Crimea ... over them--and that there was no valid consent given justifying an "intervention by invitation." ... the Russian Minister of Defense dismissed reports about the presence of Russian troops in Crimea as ...The final Part discusses the pros and cons of an amendment to the current legal ...

  • The Human Side of Public-Private Partnerships: From New Deal Regulation to Administrative Law Management

    During the New Deal era, Congress created a thenunprecedented program of economic and regulatory reforms, establishing independent agencies, and empowering them to shape and enforce pragmatic industrial policies. Twenty-first century regulation looks strikingly different from the New Deal vision. While New Deal agencies continue to perform some regulatory functions, market approaches have...

  • THE LEGAL PROFESSION: FROM HUMANS TO ROBOTS.

    ... if robots are practicing law, is this considered the unauthorized practice of law? (13) Moreover, ... Supreme Judicial Court adopted the Uniform Bar Exam (UBE), which includes 24 states and the ... through any of the requirements that prospective lawyers must go through. (153) Based on this ... himself or another from a person accused of crime or his representative the right to defend the ... included Corporate Amendment, Annual Reports, Bylaws & Resolutions, Corporate Conversion, ...