- The case for sentencing reform can't be denied. // Daily Mail;6/19/2013, p14
TIME after time, whenever yet another killer gets off with a ridiculously lenient sentence for manslaughter, this newspaper has called on the Government to introduce mandatory sentencing for all types of homicide.
- Personal Reflections on Connick v. Thompson. Vitiello, Michael // Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law;Fall2013, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p217
An essay is presented on the author's moral outrage on the conviction and sentence of John Thompson on the death row for a crime he did not commit. He describes the facts of the case, the manipulated evidence, and violations of the district attorneys (DA) in securing a robbery conviction in New...
- Tug of death. Zeman, N.; Howard, L. // Newsweek;11/5/1990, Vol. 116 Issue 19, p8
Notes that Nebraska is having a tough time getting back the killer it wants to electrocute on Dec. 7. John Joubert, who was convicted and sentenced to die for the murder of two young boys in Nebraska, has been tried and convicted of another murder in Maine. Maine has agreed to return the killer...
- RELEASED from his latest [...]. Peter McKay // Daily Mail;10/8/2012, p17
? RELEASED from his latest jail sentence, 'Naked Rambler' Stephen Gough, 53, sets off for another nude walk, this time through the Scottish Borders. He has 18 convictions for pursuing his hobby and has been in and out of prison since 2005.
- RELEASED from his latest jail [...]. Peter McKay // Daily Mail;10/8/2012, p17
? RELEASED from his latest jail sentence, 'Naked Rambler' Stephen Gough, 53, sets off for another nude walk, this time through the Borders. He has 18 convictions for pursuing his hobby and has been in and out of prison since 2005.
- Code 6 Program A Practical i Response To Threat Posed By Career Criminals. // New Orleans CityBusiness (1994 to 2008);9/27/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 13, p44
This article focuses on the Code 6 Program of Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office (JPSO). Over, the last, 24 years, the JPSO has been nationally praised for a number of innovative law enforcement programs that have been studied and copied by others. This program is supposed to be a practical...
- Blind justice? Study finds that looks count in court. // Journal of Business (10756124);9/9/2010, Vol. 25 Issue 19, pB10
The article reports on the study conducted by the Cornell University which reveals that unattractive defendants have the tendency to be convicted and tend to get hit with longer sentences in prison.
- Sawmill woman gets probation for child assault, abuse. // Navajo Times;8/6/2015, Vol. 54 Issue 31, pA-9
The article reports that Bridget Wilson of Sawmill, Arizona who was sentenced in federal court in July 2015 gets probation for her conviction on assault and child abuse charges.
- The Killing Of Justin Bieber. // Details;Apr2013, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p134
The article focuses on a plot conceived by a convict, Dana Martin to kidnap, execute and castrate Canadian pop star Justin Bieber. Bieber, who at that time had a show in New York City's Madison Square Garden. After the plot was foiled the New Mexico police charged Martin and two others of first...
- Somebody's son. Davies, Julie-Anne // Bulletin with Newsweek;9/19/2006, Vol. 124 Issue 6538, p12
The article reports on the Cambodian courts' consent to hear an appeal regarding the reduction of Sydney schoolboy Gordon Vuong's 13-year sentence. He was convicted of acting as a drug mule in January 2005. Vuong was a juvenile at the time of his commitment of the crime. Vuong's family hopes to...