KeywordAlaska Court System
Alaska Criminal Justice Commission (2015–2017)
criminal justice reform
drugs & drug abuse
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AbstractThe Spring/Summer 2014 issue of the Alaska Justice Forum includes articles on marijuana laws and policies, homelessness statistics for Alaska and the U.S., the newly-created Alaska Criminal Justice Commission, and the Alaska Court System's Early Resolution Program (ERP) for family law cases.
DescriptionNote: The PDF of this issue includes web supplements which did not appear in the original print version of the issue.
Table of Contents"Shifting Marijuana Laws and Policies: Implications for Alaska" by Jason Brandeis / "The Homeless: Who and How Many?" by Barbara Armstrong and Sharon Chamard / "The Alaska Criminal Justice Commission: A Legislative Call for Action" by Mary Geddes / "Senate Bill 64 — Omnibus Crime Bill" / "Early Resolution for Family Law Cases in Alaska’s Courts" by Stacey Marz / "New Faculty" / "Early Online Copy of Forum" / WEB SUPPLEMENTS "The Homeless: Who and How Many? — Web Supplement (Tables)" by Barbara Armstrong and Sharon Chamard / "Resources on Homelessness — Web Supplement" / "Issues in an ERP Case — Web Supplement" by Stacey Marz
SourceAlaska Justice Forum
PublisherJustice Center, University of Alaska Anchorage
CitationAlaska Justice Forum 31(1–2), Spring/Summer 2014
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