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  • Juvenile Registration and Notification Policy Effects: A Multistate Evaluation Project, OJJDP-Sponsored, January 2018, NCJ 251494. (52 pages).
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  • Estimating the Prevalence of Wrongful Convictions, NIJ-Sponsored, May 2017, NCJ 251115. (16 pages).
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  • Wrongful Convictions and DNA Exonerations: Understanding the Role of Forensic Science, NIJ, September 2017, NCJ 250705. (10 pages).
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  • SMART Watch Dispatch, January 2016, SMART, January 2016, NCJ 249735. (2 pages).
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  • Anatomy of Discretion: An Analysis of Prosecutorial Decision Making - Summary Report, NIJ-Sponsored, November 2012, NCJ 240335. (32 pages).
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  • Anatomy of Discretion: An Analysis of Prosecutorial Decision Making - Technical Report, NIJ-Sponsored, November 2012, NCJ 240334. (429 pages).
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  • Anatomy of Discretion: Law Professor Anthony Thompson Discusses How Factors Other Than Strength of Evidence Should Influence Prosecutors' Decisions (Video: Part IV of IV), NIJ-Sponsored, November 2012, NCJ 238566.
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  • Anatomy of Discretion: Federal Judge Theodore McKee Discusses Consistency in Prosecutorial Decision Making (Video: Part III of IV), NIJ-Sponsored, November 2012, NCJ 238565.
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  • Anatomy of Discretion: Prosecutor Anne Swern Discusses the Influence of Resource Constraints on Prosecutors' Decisions (Video: Part II of IV), NIJ-Sponsored, November 2012, NCJ 238564.
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  • Anatomy of Discretion: Criminal Justice Professor Don Stemen Explains a Vera Institute of Justice Analysis of Prosecutorial Decision Making (Video: Part I of IV), NIJ-Sponsored, November 2012, NCJ 238563.
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March 8, 2018