Stanley Goldman

Loyola Law School

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Professor of criminal law at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles

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Twenty years ago, California voters passed, “Three Strikes and You’re Out” — providing that a third conviction meant life in prison, even if it was for a minor crime.  There have been…

Is It Time to Relax the “Crackdown on Crime?”

Twenty years ago, California voters passed, “Three Strikes and You’re Out” — providing that a third conviction meant life in prison, even if it was for a minor crime.  There have been…

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