Canada: Do Law Reforms Matter? Exploring The Victimization - Criminalization Continuum In The Sentencing Of Aboriginal Women In Canada
Gillian Balfour, 2012
In 1996 Canada introduced progressive sentencing law reforms, such as: restorative non-carceral alternatives for offenders to serve their prison sentence in the community under strict conditions for up to two years; and special consideration of Aboriginal offenders so that courts may take into account the detrimental effects...
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