`Three strikes and you're out' legislation: A national assessment

Turner, Michael G.; Sundt, Jody L.
September 1995
Federal Probation;Sep95, Vol. 59 Issue 3, p16
Identifies and describes in detail all of the current proposed and implemented `three strikes' legislation in the United States. Details on the contents of statutes, the specific crimes included in the three-strikes legislation and various version s of the legislation; Reasons behind the bill's popularity; Possible impact of three-strikes laws.


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