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The Effects of Holistic Defense on Criminal Justice Outcomes

James Anderson Maya Buenaventura Paul Heaton

Harvard Law Review (2019)

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Copy Citation: | James Anderson, Maya Buenaventura, and Paul Heaton. "The Effects of Holistic Defense on Criminal Justice Outcomes." Harvard Law Review 132, 3 (2019): 819-887. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3284042. James Anderson, Maya Buenaventura, and Paul Heaton, The Effects of Holistic Defense on Criminal Justice Outcomes, 132 Harvard Law Review 819-887 (2019).

Topics: Law; Economics

Keywords: Criminal justice; Indigent defense; Legal aid; Public defenders; Holistic representation; Recidivism

Evaluating the Effect of Holistic Indigent Defense on Criminal Justice Outcomes

James Anderson Maya Buenaventura Paul Heaton

Harvard Law Review (2019)

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Copy Citation: | James Anderson, Maya Buenaventura, and Paul Heaton. "Evaluating the Effect of Holistic Indigent Defense on Criminal Justice Outcomes." Harvard Law Review 132, 3 (2019): 1. . James Anderson, Maya Buenaventura, and Paul Heaton, Evaluating the Effect of Holistic Indigent Defense on Criminal Justice Outcomes, 132 Harvard Law Review 1 (2019).

Topics: Law; Rights

Keywords: Criminal justice; Criminal law theory; Holistic indigent defense

Can a Criminal Justice Alcohol Abstention Programme with Swift, Certain, and Modest Sanctions (24/7 Sobriety) Reduce Population Mortality? a Retrospective Observational Study

Nancy Nicosia Beau Kilmer Paul Heaton

The Lancet Psychiatry (2016)

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Copy Citation: | Nancy Nicosia, Beau Kilmer, and Paul Heaton. "Can a Criminal Justice Alcohol Abstention Programme with Swift, Certain, and Modest Sanctions (24/7 Sobriety) Reduce Population Mortality? a Retrospective Observational Study." The Lancet Psychiatry 3, 3 (2016): 226. . Nancy Nicosia, Beau Kilmer, and Paul Heaton, Can a Criminal Justice Alcohol Abstention Programme with Swift, Certain, and Modest Sanctions (24/7 Sobriety) Reduce Population Mortality? a Retrospective Observational Study, 3 The Lancet Psychiatry 226 (2016).

Topics: Health; Law

Keywords: Criminal justice; Drug policy; Harm reduction

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