Sentencing and the legitimacy of trial justice author ralph henham new york routledge 2012 368p rreviewer wes reber porter march 2012 at several key points a criminal justice system communicates with the community it protects the prosecutorial offices through its charging decisions the jury through its verdicts and the judiciary through its sentences. Sentencing and the legitimacy of trial justice firmly ties the issue of legitimacy to the relevant context for delivering justice it suggests a need to develop the tools and methods for achieving this and offers some novel solutions to this complex problem. In sentencing and the legitimacy of trial justice henham explores a variety of contextual variables in the area of sentencing and public perceptionthrough the use of comparative analyses across prospective areas of judicial reform the text underscores the necessity of adopting a socially relevant basis with respect to trial justice. Get this from a library sentencing and the legitimacy of trial justice ralph j henham this book discusses the under researched relationship between sentencing and the legitimacy of punishment it argues that there is an increasing gap between what is perceived as legitimate punishment . The paper explores the link between penal ideology and international trial justice from the perspective of sentencing the argument is based on the premise that the perceived legitimacy of
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