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journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0093854892019002004

Although studies have documented increased levels of violence in U.S. prisons, little attention has been given to how this violence shapes inmate behaviors and . ..

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The third edition of this thought-provoking text addresses the following questions about crime:* Who are the offenders and victims?* What are the major motivators of crime?* Are most offenders specialists or generalists?* Are most offenders planners or opportunists?* What are their criminal histories?* How often are ...

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Anna Lukemeyer, Richard C. McCorkle, David W. Miller. 25. Mental Illness in Prisons. Pamela M. Diamon, Eugene W. Wang, Charles E. Holzer III, Christopher Thomas, and des Anges Cruser. 26. Alternative Incarceration: Boot Camps. Grant Duwe and Deborah Kerschner. 27. The Unique Experience of Female Prisoners.

www.houston-opinions.com/Hon-McCorkle-Lama-Judge-133rd-District-Court-Harris-County-Texas.html

Hon. Lamar McCorkle, former judge of the 133rd district court in Harris County, replaced by Jaclanel McFarland based on 2008 Democratic judicial election sweep.

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View Julianna McCorkle's profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. Julianna has 7 jobs listed on their profile. See the complete profile on LinkedIn and ... authored posts for the HRW Facebook page, used HTML for website upkeep. - Participated in planning the annual Voices for Justice Dinner.

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Sep 25, 2014 ... James M. Perez, Assistant United States Attorney, with whom Ronald C. Machen Jr., United States Attorney, and Elizabeth Trosman, Elizabeth H. .... McCorkle requested this instruction, but Judge Leibovitz declined to give it, explaining that “ no version of the facts ․ supports a theory of withdraw[al] here[ .]”.

www.justice.gov/archive/tax/usaopress/2003/txdv03050203rcp.htm

Nashville, TN - May 2, 2003 - James K. Vines, U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Tennessee, and Sherree W. Preston, Special Agent in Charge for the Nashville Field Office of IRS Criminal Investigation, announced that Roderick C. Pounds, Sr ., 44, of Nashville, Tennessee, pled guilty to a one count information charging ...

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This book challenges many of the claims made by law enforcement and the media regarding the nature and extent of the gang problem in the United States. Employing a social constructionist approach to the study of social problems, the authors detail how law enforcement has figured prominently in the creation and ...

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RICHARD C. McCORKLE. TERANCE D. MIETHE. University of Nevada at Las Vegas .... moral panic, manipulating the press and the criminal justice sys- tem so as to convince the public that street crime had ... of manufacturing a Chicano youth gang problem as a means of ac- quiring LEAA funds for a new gang crime unit.