Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June, 2011.
Beckman, Mel (editor)
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CONTENTS:Social Work Services in the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services, by Kathy FosterThe Legislature and Pardons Board turn deaf ears to teens sentenced to life in prison, by Mel BeckmanHearing the Cries: Faith and Criminal Justice. A new study document by the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), by Mike LindgrenPennsylvania locks away too many juveniles forever; They are not adults, and should less frequently be treated as though they are, by Professor Jeffrey James ShookJuvenile life imprisonment without parole (JLWOP): Cruel and unusual Punishment in Nebraska? by Shakur AbdullahPolicy statement of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: Juvenile Life Without Parole: Review of Sentences -- April 2011A walk through the Nebraska court System ... (for those who haven’t been there)Hammers and Saws Pass from Bar None to Prairie Gold Housing, by John KrejciElimination of Community Corrections Council is blow to dialogue among state agencies, by John KrejciThe last word on Nebraska sex offender legislation may still in the futureAmerican Bar Association urges Federal Government and states toward more use of clemencyNews and HappeningsLetters