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Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June, 2013.
(Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., 2013-06)
CONTENTS:|Money from war on drugs flows to local law enforcement agencies in Nebraska, by Mel Beckman|Efforts to end “partial lockdown” at NSP and Tecumseh have led to modification ... but more is needed, by John Krejci|Three ...
Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, September, 2013.
(Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., 2013-09)
CONTENTS:|Extensive juvenile justice reform passed by the Nebraska Legislature, by Sarah Forrest|Iowa Court rules that Miller v. Alabama decision applies retroactively for 38 juveniles in Iowa, by Mel Beckman|Study finds ...
Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, March, 2013.
(Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., 2013-03)
CONTENTS:|Credit course for inmates is moving ahead – slowly, by John Krejci|The Nebraska Correctional Youth Facility (NCYF), by Marilyn Asher|LB 44 The individuality of each youth must be considered at sentencing and at ...
Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, December, 2013.
(Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., 2013-12)
CONTENTS:|A new “good time” law? It would be the ninth one! by Shakur Abdullah|An advocate for youth at The Douglas County Youth Center, by Joanna Lindberg|The December 2nd lockdown at the Penitentiary, by Marshall ...