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Dislocation and Relocation: Women in the Federal Prison System and Repurposing FCI Danbury for Men
This Report tracks the lack of progress in keeping federal prison space in the Northeast available for women and the impact of the absence of bed-spaces for women on the implementation of federal
THRESHER STILL AFTER ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER Council Releases Figures On Expenditures
Pledge week among the th ree Hie*' l i terary soc ie t ies ended yes terday when 37 Rice co-eds were accepted. Of th is number , more than 20 were f r e shmen . A fever ish r u s h week had ensued a
Democratic Devolution—DRAFT, please do not cite or circulate
This paper raises the question of when, and how, rule-of-law ideologies associated with democratic governance and citizenship by donor countries might in fact support the legitimacy of authoritarian,
Courting Legitimacy: Enregistering Legal Reasoning among US Criminal Trial Jurors
This article discusses how law is produced semiotically as a category of social action through a study of jury decision making and the production of jury verdicts. In the US criminal justice system,