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January 15, 2022

What Is Wrong with Monetary Sanctions? Directions for Policy, Practice, and Research

Evans Authors: Karin D. Martin

Friedman, B., Harris, A., Huebner, B., Martin, K., Pettit, B., Shannon, S., & Sykes, B. (2022). RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences.

Monetary sanctions are an integral and increasingly debated feature of the American criminal legal system. Emerging research, including that featured in this volume, offers important insight into the law governing…

Pay or Display: Monetary Sanctions and the Performance of Accountability and Procedural Integrity in New York and Illinois Courts

Evans Authors: Karin D. Martin

Martin, K., Spencer-Suarez, K. & Kirk, G. (2022). RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences.

This article proposes the centrality of procedural integrity—or fidelity to local norms of case processing—to the post-sentencing adjudication of monetary sanctions. We draw on insights gained from observations of more…

November 15, 2020

Navigating the Monetary Sanctions Maze: Understanding and Confusion Among Criminal Legal Debtors

Evans Authors: Karin D. Martin

Spencer-Suarez, K. & Martin, K. (2020). Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice.

Monetary sanctions in the criminal legal system are legally and procedurally complex. If not paid in a timely manner, a single conviction can result in multiple legal financial obligations, varying…

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