Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, September, 2013.
Beckman, Mel (editor)
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CONTENTS:Extensive juvenile justice reform passed by the Nebraska Legislature, by Sarah ForrestIowa Court rules that Miller v. Alabama decision applies retroactively for 38 juveniles in Iowa, by Mel BeckmanStudy finds Adam Walsh sex offender registry wanting: Risk assessment system is superior, by John KrejciCory Booker, Senate candidate, un-veils plans for criminal justice reformJustice system moving slowly for 27 Nebraska inmatesU.S. Marshall, District of NebraskaPartial lockdown limits access to reli-gious services, clubs, self betterment groups: A challenge to Department of Corrections managers, by John KrejciCruel and Unusual PunishmentGovernment builds prisons but it takes public support to make them correctional institutions, by Mel BeckmanSuccess stories from the Adult Parole AdministrationAn education and training opportunity for victim service providers, by Lauren PilnickNews and MiscellaneousLetters