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CORRECTIONAL EDUCATION CAN MAKE A GREATER IMPACT ON RECIDIVISM BY SUPPORTING ADULT INMATES WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES.

Subjects: *EDUCATION of prisoners; *RECIDIVISM -- Law & legislation; *PRISONERS' reading

  • Source: Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology. Winter2016, Vol. 105 Issue 1, p233-269. 37p.

  • Abstract: This Comment brings attention to a group that is overlooked within our prisons--adult inmates with learning disabilities. These inmates currently face challenges in receiving appropriate ... Copyright of Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology is the property of Northwestern University School of Law and its content may ...

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CORRECTIONAL EDUCATION CAN MAKE A GREATER IMPACT ON RECIDIVISM BY SUPPORTING ADULT INMATES WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES.

Subjects: *EDUCATION of prisoners; *RECIDIVISM; *LEARNING disabilities

  • Source: Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology. Winter2015, Vol. 105 Issue 1, p233-270. 38p.

  • Abstract: This Comment brings attention to a group that is overlooked within our prisons--adult inmates with learning disabilities. These inmates currently face challenges in receiving appropriate ... Copyright of Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology is the property of Northwestern University School of Law and its content may ...

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GETTING PERMISSION.

Subjects: *INSTITUTIONAL review boards; *MEDICAL experimentation on humans -- Evaluation; *MEDICAL ethics committees

  • Source: Northwestern University Law Review. 2007 Special Issue, Vol. 101 Issue 2, p405-492. 88p.

  • Abstract: The article focuses on different laws that generally impose Institutional Review Boards (IRB) licensing on human subjects research. The author states that the risk with ...

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THE POSSE COMITATUS AND THE OFFICE OF SHERIFF: ARMED CITIZENS SUMMONED TO THE AID OF LAW ENFORCEMENT.

Subjects: *LEGAL status of sheriffs; *LEGAL status of citizens; *LAW enforcementUNITED Kingdom; UNITED States; WEST (U.S.)UNITED States. Constitution. 2nd Amendment...

  • Source: Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology. Fall2015, Vol. 104 Issue 4, p761-850. 90p.

  • Abstract: Posse comitatus is the legal power of sheriffs and other officials to summon armed citizens to aid in keeping the peace. The posse comitatus can ... Copyright of Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology is the property of Northwestern University School of Law and its content may ...

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THE PARADOX OF PRIVATE POLICING.

Subjects: *PRIVATE police; *CRIMINAL justice personnel; *POLICE

  • Source: Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology. Fall2004, Vol. 95 Issue 1, p49-131. 83p.

  • Abstract: This article deals with the paradox of private policing which states that while the law multiplies distinctions between private and public police, the two groups ...

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RECOGNIZING AND REMEDYING THE HARM OF BATTERING: A CALL TO CRIMINALIZE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE.

Subjects: *ABUSED women; *CRIMINAL law; *DOMESTIC violence

  • Source: Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology. Summer2004, Vol. 94 Issue 4, p959-1031. 73p.

  • Abstract: This article explores the rupture between women's experiences of battering and the remediation offered by the criminal law. Outside the criminal law context, domestic violence ...

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ERASURE AND RECOGNITION: THE CENSUS, RACE AND THE NATIONAL IMAGINATION.

Subjects: *CENSUS; *POPULATION; *CHINESE peopleUNITED States

  • Source: Northwestern University Law Review. Summer2003, Vol. 97 Issue 4, p1701-1768. 68p.

  • Abstract: Examines the constitutive power of the U.S. Census with respect to race law. Role of the census in imagining the nation; Function of the ...

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JUSTICE FOR CHILDREN: HOW DO WE GET THERE?

Subjects: *JUVENILE courts; *LEGAL judgments; *JUVENILE delinquency

  • Source: Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology. Fall97, Vol. 88 Issue 1, p190. 51p.

  • Abstract: This article focuses on the issue of the abolition of the juvenile courts and for placing increased criminal responsibility upon delinquent youth. The author argues ...

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CRIME AND THE PRESS.

  • Source: Journal of the American Institute of Criminal Law & Criminology. Aug1929, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p146-293. 48p.

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