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Federal Sentencing Reporter (2022) 34 (2-3): 107–112.
Published: 01 February 2022
...Chris Albin-Lackey The US Department of Justice’s investigation into the Ferguson, MO police department blew the lid off of a hidden, nationwide scandal. Too many police departments and courts all over the country were using predatory fines and fees to extract wealth from their communities’ poorest...
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Federal Sentencing Reporter (2022) 34 (2-3): 188–192.
Published: 01 February 2022
... and Jennings found that those who were assessed nancial penalties were more likely to be arrested or convicted of a new offense within a two-year period after their conviction.12 Fourth, Ruhland and colleagues, using administrative data from Texas, showed that fees were associated with an increased likelihood...
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Federal Sentencing Reporter (2022) 34 (2-3): 139–144.
Published: 01 February 2022
...Katelyn J. B. King; Amber Petkus; Ebony L. Ruhland Every state relies on fines and fees to defray the costs of community supervision, and many rely on a combination of monetary sanctions and government aid to operate these programs. Texas is one such state that designs their system to provide...
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Federal Sentencing Reporter (2022) 34 (2-3): 166–172.
Published: 01 February 2022
... fees debt collateral consequences monetary sanctions life-course indigent defendants ability to pay Financial Sanctions in Pennsylvania: An Examination of Assessed Amounts and Repayment by Indigent Status JEFFREY T. WARD* Temple University NATHAN W. LINK Rutgers University Camden I...
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Federal Sentencing Reporter (2022) 34 (2-3): 128–138.
Published: 01 February 2022
... incarceration specifically, propelled a staggering increase in criminal justice debt. Unlike the state laws to which the Kelly v. Robinson court deferred, today’s revenue-generating fines and fees practices actually undermine public safety by distorting law enforcement priorities. They deter rehabilitation...
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Federal Sentencing Reporter (2022) 34 (2-3): 198–199.
Published: 01 February 2022
... personal history to explore the different financial pressure points used in the criminal legal system: the ecosystem of cash bail, fines, and fees. It outlines differences in the ways such pressure is applied depending on a defendant’s economic standing, and argues that it amounts to a form of coercion...
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Federal Sentencing Reporter (2022) 34 (2-3): 173–174.
Published: 01 February 2022
...Maria Katarina E. Rafael; Chris Mai In criminal courts across the country, judges assess a variety of fines, fees and other legal financial obligations (LFOs) that many defendants struggle to pay. This paper provides a summary of the authors’ longer empirical article that examines...
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Federal Sentencing Reporter (2022) 34 (2-3): 89–91.
Published: 01 February 2022
...Jordan M. Hyatt; Nathan W. Link Financial and monetary obligations, a class of sanctions that includes fines, restitution, and a range of fees, are increasingly recognized as playing a significant role in the operation of the justice system, the lives of the people against whom they are levied...