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It is been said that ‘traditional legal theory either presumes that judges have no operative emotions about litigants and issues before them, or mandates that any such emotions be actively suppressed, reflecting an untested, commonsense wisdom that emotion distorts the legal reasoning demanded...
Drawing on theoretical insights from basic psychological research, influences sourced in unanticipated or extra-legal aspects of criminal cases that can influence sentencing decisions are reviewed. Findings from empirical studies of observed disparities in sentencing decisions are summarized,...
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