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Sentencing as a human process

John Hogarth

Sentencing as a human process

by John Hogarth

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Published by University of Toronto Press : Centre of Criminology, University of Toronto in Toronto .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ontario.
    • Subjects:
    • Sentences (Criminal procedure) -- Ontario.,
    • Prison sentences -- Ontario.,
    • Decision making.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJohn Hogarth.
      SeriesCanadian studies in criminology ;, 1, Canadian university paperbooks ; 144
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHV8708 .H6 1974
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 434 p. :
      Number of Pages434
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5240482M
      ISBN 100802062237
      LC Control Number75311758

      CHAPTER EIGHT - SENTENCING OF ORGANIZATIONS Introductory Commentary The guidelines and policy statements in this chapter apply when the convicted defendant is an organization. Organizations can act only through agents and, under federal criminal law, generally are vicariously liable for offenses committed by their agents. At the same time. David Lee hired the Law Office of Brandon Sample to assist him in obtaining a sentence reduction under the First Step Act of After considering the filings by the Government and Brandon's office, the Court granted David relief--reducing David's sentence from LIFE to months! Our Latest Blogs & News. AB AIMS TO PREVENT UNNECESSARY.

      “Judicial discretion plays a pivotal role in the sentencing process. It is the judge’s role to take all relevant factors into account and give a right and just sentence for the offender, the victim, and the community there may be a range within which the case fits, but no two cases are the same.” (McKenzie, ) The sentencing. Judges’ sentencing remarks from the Supreme Court and the District Court are available on-line at (look for the quick link on the home page). The judge’s reasons for the sentence are given in his/her sentencing remarks.

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This study of sentencing behaviour is primarily concerned with the mental processes involved in : John Hogarth. Book Description: Sentencing is not a neutral or mechanical act; it is a human process, highly charged affectively and motivationally.

Sentencing decisions take place in a social environment of laws, facts, ideas, and people. This study of sentencing behaviour is primarily concerned with the mental processes involved in decision-making. Sentencing as a human process John Hogarth University of Toronto Press in association with the Centre of Criminology, University of Toronto, - Decision-making - pages.

Sentencing as a human process. [Toronto] University of Toronto Press in association with the Centre of Criminology, University of Toronto [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John Hogarth. The recently published book Sentencing as a Human Process1 by Profes-sor John Hogarth has shown us how rich this inter-disciplinary approach may prove.

Hogarth has used recent developments in the human sciences to investi-gate judicial decision-making in relation to sentencing. Magistrates in OntarioAuthor: Simon Chester, Glendon Schubert, Alfred P.

Murrah, Graham Parker, John M. Finnis, Leslie T. Wilkins. And if most reasonable judges engaging in sentencing as a human process would disregard a year-old conviction or one committed by a juvenile, guidelines themselves could also easily incorporate this intuitive limitation in the guidelines scoring rules.

9 Establishing rules that reward progress. 1 An introduction to English sentencing 1 Courts and crimes 1 The available sentences 3 The general statistical background 8 The criminal process 15 The formal sources of sentencing decisions 24 Informal influences on sentencing practice 41 2 Sentencing and the constitution 51 The separation of powers in sentencing Sentencing a person convicted of a criminal offence has always been difficult but it has become an increasingly technical task.

The Sentencing Bench Book provides ready access to sentencing law. It is published as a looseleaf service in order to easily accommodate changes in the law. Chief Justice Gleeson remarked in that.

Providing unrivalled coverage of one of the most high-profile stages in the criminal justice process, this book examines the key issues in sentencing policy and practice.

It provides an up-to-date account of the legislation on sentencing together with the ever-increasing amount of Court of Appeal case by: Taking into account the Criminal Justice and Immigration Act and the Coroners and Justice Actthe book's inter-disciplinary approach places the legislation and guidelines on sentencing in the context of criminological research, statistical trends and theories of by: The book also helps prosecutors with their duties as to sentencing effective under the Criminal Procedure Rules from 6th April In addition, the free accompanying CD-ROM enables fast and easy access to relevant guidance from the Sentencing Guidelines Council.5/5(1).

Get this from a library. Sentencing as a human process. [John Hogarth] -- For social scientists and practitioners. Sentencing Bench Book Purposes of sentencing [] The common law [] it may also be taken into account in relation to each leg of the sentencing process.

The protection of human life and personal safety is a primary objective of the system of criminal justice. The value which the community places upon human life is reflected in.

CHAPTER EIGHT SENTENCING OF ORGANIZATIONS Ch. 8 Introductory Commentary The guidelines and policy statements in this chapter apply when the convicted defendant is an organization.

Organizations can act only through agents and, under federal criminal law, generally are vicariously liable for offenses commi tted by their agents. Criminal Court Process: Sentencing.

Aug by Peter Blair. While moving through the court process in California, a defendant will go through the sentencing phase. A judge will decide, after a criminal defendant pleads guilty or is convicted, on an appropriate punishing during the sentencing.

Sentencing and Punishment: The Quest for Justice, Third Edition, provides an accessible account of recent developments in sentencing and punishment from the standpoint of penal theories, policy aims, punishment practice, and human rights.

From philosophical, legal, and practical perspectives, it reviews changing ideas as to what counts as "just" punishment, and provides an. Restorative Justice processes must comply with the rule of law, human rights principles and the rights provided in the South African Constitution.

• Pre-Sentence: A Restorative Justice process or programme can be included as part of the sentencing process. This can inform the actualFile Size: KB. An appellate court will interfere with a sentence imposed by a trial court only if there is irregularity or misdirection, or if the sentence is disturbingly inappropriate.

The second is a statutory mandatory minimum sentencing regime applicable to certain serious offenses including murder, rape, drug dealing.

HUMAN RIGHTS, DUE PROCESS AND SENTENCING Ralph Henham* The aim of this paper is to examine the arguments for adopting a rights-based approach to the analysis of the sentencing process rather than the traditional crime control and due process models developed by Packer ().

An attempt is also made to further the theoretical debate by suggesting.Since the last Youth Court Bench Book was issued back inthere have been several changes.

The most recent, and biggest of these changes, is the introduction of the new Youth Rehabilitation Order as the new community sentence available in youth courts and with it, the publication of the Sentencing Guidelines CouncilMissing: human process.

Effective sentencing should be collaborative, involving a variety of relevant experts in assessment and sentencing decisions. Judges are lawyers, trained in criminal jurisprudence, charged with assuring due process. They are not trained in the complexities of human behavior.