Is Prison Effective in Punishing White-Collar Crime?

One of the main justifications for sentencing a convicted defendant to prison is the assumption that the punishment will discourage similar crimes in the future—but this rationale may not always apply in white-collar cases—argues the author of a study published in the Wayne Law Review. “It is certainly questionable whether a punishment imposed on one
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