The psychology of judicial sentencing
Read Online
Share

The psychology of judicial sentencing

  • 364 Want to read
  • ·
  • 20 Currently reading

Published by Manchester University Press in Manchester .
Written in English


Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementCatherine Fitzmaurice and Ken Pease.
ContributionsPease, Ken, 1943-
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22799578M
ISBN 100719019575
OCLC/WorldCa233688025

Download The psychology of judicial sentencing

PDF EPUB FB2 MOBI RTF

COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.   The book in hand guides: Good judicial power, and given the opacity of the mental processes underpinning sentence, the practice of judicial sentencing demands scrutiny from all concerned citizens, not least the professional : Justice Dr. Munir Ahmad Mughal. The book in hand guides: Good judicial power, and given the opacity of the mental processes underpinning sentence, the practice of judicial sentencing demands scrutiny from all concerned citizens, not least the professional : Justice Dr. Munir Ahmad Mughal. Cambridge Core - Criminology - Sentencing and Criminal Justice - by Andrew Ashworth. This book has been cited by the following publications. C. and Pease, K. (), The Psychology of Judicial Sentencing, Manchester: Manchester University by:

The Psychology of Judicial Sentencing Hardcover – 25 April by C. Fitzmaurice (Author), Ken Pease (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: C. Fitzmaurice, Ken Pease. inconsistencies in their sentencing decisions. Such judicial responsibilities become even more intricate in the context of various approaches to offenders under the age of 18 years compared to adults regarding the severity of punishment5 and the seriousness of the crime. This study attempts to elucidate the claim that judicial sentencing. sentence, in criminal law, punishment that a court orders, imposed on a person convicted of criminal activity. Sentences typically consist of fines, corporal punishment, imprisonment for varying periods including life, or capital punishment, and sometimes combine two or more the United States, the Eighth Amendment to the Constitution bans "cruel and unusual punishments. Offender Psychology and Sentencing. judicial pronouncement can be isolated as more effective than any other in changing behaviour. Basic Books. Krohn, M. and Stratton, J. () A sense of Author: David Indermaur.

The book examines systematically and critically the dynamics of criminal decision-making, the response of victims, the assumptions, attitudes and behavior of police officers, the conduct of court. Introduction to the Revised Sourcebook of Federal Sentencing Statistics. This is the twenty-third edition of the United States Sentencing Commission’s Sourcebook of Federal Sentencing Sourcebook contains descriptive statistics on the application of the federal sentencing guidelines and provides selected district, circuit, and national sentencing data. This course systematically explores the effectiveness of the law and justice system from a psychological perspective. By experiencing a fictional case first hand, you will learn about the psychology of law and some of the misconceptions commonly held about criminal justice. the multiple levels of judicial scrutiny resulted in ever-increasing delays in cases that ended in execution. Inmates executed in spent just over 6 years under sentence of death. By , the average gap between sentence and execution nearly doubled, to 11 years (Christopher, ; Death Pen-alty Information Center, a; Snell, ).File Size: 99KB.