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The struggle for sentencing reform : will the English guidelines model spread?

Tata, Cyrus (2013) The struggle for sentencing reform : will the English guidelines model spread? In: Sentencing Guidelines. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 236-256. ISBN 9780199684571

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    Abstract

    Are closely comparable countries following the path forged by England and Wales by moving towards the development of systematic sentencing guidelines by a Sentencing Council? And if they are not, how are these different paths explicable?