|Title||Some Issues in Sentencing of Aboriginal Offenders|
|Created by:||Tim Quigley|
|Description:||Article from 1993 Conference proceedings, discussing the disproportionate and increasing rate of incarceration of Indigenous peoples, contributing factors, disparities in sentencing, fines, bail etc., sentencing circles and the need for change.
Excerpt from Continuing Poundmaker & Riel's Quest: Presentations Made at a Conference on Aboriginal Peoples and Justice compiled by Richard Gosse, James Youngblood Henderson, Roger Carter.
|Credit:||Digitizing courtesy of Indigenous Studies Portal, University of Saskatchewan scanned from original Purich Publishing|
|Categories:||Indigenous Studies Portal > Law & Justice > Alternative Dispute Resolution
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|Names:||Quigley, Tim [Find offline items]