11 Ohio St. J. Crim. L. [i] (2013-2014)

handle is hein.journals/osjcl11 and id is 1 raw text is: OHIO STATE JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL LAW
Volume 11 Number 1 Fall 2013
SYMPOSIUM
YOUTH MA TERS: MILLER V. ALABAMA AND THE FUTURE OF JUVENILE SENTENCING
Guest Editor: John F. Stinneford
Introduction
John F. Stinneford.................... .................................................            1
What's Different (Enough) in Eighth Amendment Law?
Richard S Frase....     ............................................................                9
Miller v. Alabama: Is Death (Still) Different?
Carol S. Steiker & Jordan M. Steiker.................................................. 37
Did Changes in Juvenile Sanctions Reduce Juvenile Crime Rates? A Natural Experiment
Franklin E. Zimring & Stephen Rushin................................................               57
Children are Different: Constitutional Values and Justice Policy
Elizabeth S. Scott.................................................................. 71
The Youth Discount: Old Enough To Do The Crime, Too Young To Do The Time
Barry C. Feld................................................................... 107
The Irrelevance of Reform: Maturation in the Department of Corrections
Jeremiah Bourgeois..   .......................................................... 149
COMMENTARIES
A (Moral) Prisoner's Dilemma: Character Ethics and Plea Bargaining
Andrew Ingram............... .................................................... 161
It Takes Two, So What's Going On?
Guha Krishnamurthi                      ........................................................... 179
Why Interrogation Contamination Occurs
Richard A. Leo................ ....................................................               193
Personal Reflections on Connick v. Thompson
M ichael Vitiello                                                                  .....................  217
REVIEWS
Interrogation as a Thermometer of Public Fear
Sherry F. Colb    ................................................................ 231
Drugs, Bombs, and the Erosion of Rights
Mark Osler .............................................................. 249
Questioning Retribution, Valuing Humility
Samuel H. Pillsbury............................................................... 263

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