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April 12, 2019

New York Law Journal

By: Joel Cohen

“General deterrence”—the goal of deterring the criminal conduct of others—is a key component of sentencing. That is, a sentence is not necessarily (or at least only) designed to deter you, but to deter the community at large.

In his article for the New York Law Journal, Joel Cohen explores creative sentencing and “general deterrence” and examines the case of Kevin Schuler.

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