Supreme Court Justice Says Mandatory Sentences Often ‘Unwise and Unjust’

Print More Earlier this month at a lawyers convention, Supreme Court Justice Anthony M. Kennedy criticized mandatory minimum sentences, The New York Times reports. “In too many cases” he said, “mandatory minimum sentences are unwise and unjust.” Experts disagree about how to determine the most effective length of a prison sentence. Since California enacted a law
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