Watch Institute for Research on Poverty Webinar: RSF Journal Issue Contributors on State Monetary Sanctions

April 21, 2022

On Thursday, April 14, 2022, the Institute for Research on Poverty at the University of Wisconsin-Madison hosted a webinar on “The Costs of Monetary Sanctions in the Criminal Legal System.” The webinar featured a live discussion with contributors to RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences double issue “State Monetary Sanctions and the Costs of the Criminal Legal System,” including journal issue co-editor Alexes Harris (University of Washington) and journal contributors Robert Stewart (University of Maryland), Kate O’Neill (University of Washington), Daniel Boches (University of Georgia), and Brittany Friedman (University of Southern California). The contributors presented findings from the special double issue, which focuses on how the system of state monetary sanctions operates and the consequences of monetary sanctions.

Read Volume 1 of “State Monetary Sanctions and the Costs of the Criminal Legal System.”

Read Volume 2 of “State Monetary Sanctions and the Costs of the Criminal Legal System.”

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