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Sentencing: Guidelines - Bibliography

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ALSCHULER, ALBERT W. "Sentencing Reform and Prosecutorial Power: A Critique of Recent Proposals for 'Fixed' or 'Presumptive' Sentencing." University of Pennsylvania Law Review 126 (1978): 550–577.

——. "The Failure of Sentencing Guidelines: A Plea for Less Aggregation." University of Chicago Law Review 58 (1993): 901–951.

American Bar Association. Standards for Criminal Justice: Sentencing, 3d ed. Chicago: ABA Press, 1994.

Bureau of Justice Assistance. National Assessment of Structured Sentencing. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1996.

Bureau of Justice Statistics, U.S. Department of Justice. Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics, 1997. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1998.

Delaware Sentencing Accountability Commission. Truth in Sentencing Benchbook. Wilmington, Del.: Delaware Sentencing Accountability Commission, 1997.

FRANKEL, MARVIN E. Criminal Sentences: Law without Order. New York: Hill and Wang, 1973.

FRASE, RICHARD S. "Implementing Commission-Based Sentencing Guidelines: The Lessons of the First Ten Years in Minnesota." Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy 2 (1993): 279–337.

——. "Sentencing Principles in Theory and Practice." In Crime and Justice: A Review of Research, vol. 22. Edited by Michael Tonry. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1997.

FREED, DANIEL J. "Federal Sentencing in the Wake of Guidelines: Unacceptable Limits on the Discretion of Sentencers." Yale Law Journal 101 (1992): 1681–1754.

MARVELL, THOMAS B. "Sentencing Guidelines and Prison Population Growth." Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 85 (1995): 696–707.

Minnesota Sentencing Guidelines Commission. Minnesota Sentencing Guidelines and Commentary. St. Paul, Minn.: Minnesota Sentencing Guidelines Commission, 1997.

MORRIS, NORVAL, and TONRY, MICHAEL. Between Prison and Probation: Intermediate Punishments in a Rational Sentencing System. New York: Oxford University Press, 1990.

NAGEL, ILENE H., and SCHULHOFER, STEPHEN J. "A Tale of Three Cities: An Empirical Study of Charging and Bargaining Practices Under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines." Southern California Law Review 66 (1992): 501–566.

National Center for State Courts. Sentencing Commission Profiles. Williamsburg, Va.: National Center for State Courts, 1997.

REITZ, KEVIN R. "Sentencing Facts: Travesties of Real-Offense Sentencing." Stanford Law Review 45 (1993): 523–573.

——. "Sentencing Guideline Systems and Sentence Appeals: A Comparison of Federal and State Experiences." Northwestern Law Review 91 (1997): 1441–1506.

SCHULHOFER, STEPHEN J. "Assessing the Federal Sentencing Process: The Problem is Uniformity, Not Disparity." American Criminal Law Review 29 (1992): 833–873.

STITH, KATE, and CABRANES, JOSÉ A. Fear of Judging: Sentencing Guidelines in the Federal Courts. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1998.

TONRY, MICHAEL. "The Success of Judge Frankel's Sentencing Commission." University of Colorado Law Review 64 (1993): 713–722.

——. Sentencing Matters. New York: Oxford University Press, 1996.

——. "Intermediate Sanctions in Sentencing Guidelines." In Crime and Justice: A Review of Research, vol. 23. Edited by Michael Tonry. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1998.

University of Colorado Law Review. "A Symposium on Sentencing Reform in the States." University of Colorado Law Review 64 (1993): 645–847.

VON HIRSCH, ANDREW. Censure and Sanctions. Oxford, U.K.: Clarendon Press, 1993.

VON HIRSCH, ANDREW; KNAPP, KAY A.; and TONRY, MICHAEL. The Sentencing Commission and Its Guidelines. Boston: Northeastern University Press, 1987.

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