Model Penal Code: Sentencing. Reporter: Kevin R. Reitz, University of Minnesota Law School; Associate Reporter: Cecelia Klingele, University of Wisconsin Law School. Philadelphia, Pa.: The American Law Institute, 2023. xix, 1071 pages. 1 volume. Hardcover. New. $165. * This work revisits the sentencing provisions of the Model Penal Code in light of the many changes in sentencing philosophy and practice that have taken place in the more than 50 years since the Code was first developed. It replaces about half of the original Code and contains exhaustive research into best practices across the 50 states as well as a deep examination of academic literature. In addition to setting forth a comprehensive model for state legislatures, this publication provides invaluable materials for public-policy experts and academics. Contents: Article 1. Preliminary ([section] 1.02(2)); Article 6. Authorized dispositions; Article 7. Collateral consequences of criminal conviction; Article 8. Sentencing Commission; Article 9. Sentencing guidelines; Article 10. Judicial sentencing authority; Article 11. Prison release; Correctional populations exceeding capacity; Appendix A. Principles for legislation; Appendix B. Institutional structure of the sentencing system; Appendix C. The question of parole-release authority; Appendix D. Victims' roles in the sentencing process.
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