More than we can afford: The costs of mandatory minimum sentencing

This report provides a look at the legal, policy and social implications of Canada’s increasing reliance on mandatory minimums in sentencing. It considers the efficacy, costs and collateral consequences of minimum sentences and sets the stage for thoughtful, evidence-based policy reform.

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BC Civil Liberties Association
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2014
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