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Victims' Rights, pp 197-214



1  Robert Elias, Victims of the System (New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Books, 1983), 98

2  Elias, Victims of the System, 109.

3  Elias, Victims of the System, 132.

4  Frank Weed, Certainty of Justice: Reform in the Crime Victim Movement, (New York: Aldine De Gruyter, 1995).

5  Katherine Beckett and Theodore Sasson. The Politics of Injustice: Crime and Punishment in America, (Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Publications, 2004) 145-146.

6  Lynne Henderson, "The Wrongs of Victim's Rights," Stanford Law Review (April,1985): 937-1021.

7  Susan Freinkel and Steven Smith, Adjusting the Balance: Federal Policy and Victim Services (New York Greenwood Press,1988), 3.

8  Henderson, "The Wrongs of Victim's Rights," 945.

9  Weed, Certainty of Justice. 12-18.

10  Ibid, 7.

11  Henderson, "The Wrongs of Victim's Rights," 945.

12  Weed, Certainty of Justice, 6-7.

13  Henderson, "The Wrongs of Victim's Rights," 947.

14  Elias, Victims of the System, 3-4.

15  Markus Dubber, Victims in the War on Crime: The Use and Abuse of Victims' Rights, (New York: NYU Press, 2002), 5.

16  Henderson, "The Wrongs of Victim's Rights," 949.

17  Weed, Certainty of Justice, 22-25.

18  Freinkel and Smith, Adjusting the Balance, 19.

19  National Victims' Rights Constitutional Amendment Network, "Victims' Rights Educational Project," www.nvcan.org, (accessed September 3, 2004).

20  108th Congress, 2d session, S. 2329, www.nvcap.org/S2329/S2329.html (accessed August 30, 2004).

21  American Civil Liberties Union, "Criminal Justice: Victims' Rights Amendment," www.aclu.org (accessed August 30, 2004).

22  Ibid.

23  Beckett and Sasson, The Politics of Injustice, 148.

24  Henderson, "The Wrongs of Victim's Rights," 969-970.

25  Ibid.

26  Ibid.

27  Ibid.

28  Weed, Certainty of Justice, 136.

29  American Civil Liberties Union, " Criminal Justice: Victims' Rights Amendment," www.aclu.org (accessed August 30, 2004).

30  Beckett and Sasson, The Politics of Injustice, 148.

31  Ibid.

32  Weed, Certainty of Justice, 7.

33  Henderson, "The Wrongs of Victim's Rights," 968-974.

34  Dubber, Victims in the War on Crime, 3.

35  Dubber, Victims in the War on Crime, 5.

36  Dubber, Victims in the War on Crime, 5-6.

37  "Dignity Denied: The Experience of Murdered Victims' Family Members Who Oppose the Death Penalty," (Cambridge, Mass.: Murder Victims' Families for Reconciliation,2002), 8-19.

38  Beckett and Sasson, The Politics of Injustice, 144-146.

39  Ibid.

40  Ibid.

41  OVC Fact Sheet, US Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/ovc/publications/factshts/cvfvca.htm (accessed August 25, 2004).

42  "Criminal Justice Professionals Continue to Support the Crime Victims' Rights Amendment," National Victims' Constitutional Amendment Passage, http://www.nvcap.org/home.htm (accessed August 24, 2004).

43  Prison Activist Resource Center, "The CCPOA and California State Politics," http://www.prisonactivist.org (accessed August 24, 2004).

44  Murder Victims' Families for Reconciliation, "Dignity Denied: The Experience of Murdered Victims' Family Members Who Oppose the Death Penalty," http://www.mvfr.org/PDF/DignityDenied.pdf, 8-19 (accessed January 3, 2005).

45  National Organization of Parents of Murdered Children, "Parole Block Program," http://www.pomc.com/pbp.cfm (accessed October 27, 2004).

46  Prison Activist Resource Center, "The CCPOA and California State Politics," http://www.prisonactivist.org (accessed October 28, 2004).

47  http://www.crimevictimsunited.com (accessed September 1, 2004).

48  http://www.crimevictimsunited.org/issues (accessed September 1, 2004).

49  "NOVA's Mission, Purposes, Accomplishments, and Organizational Structure," http://www.trynova.org/victims/mission.html, (accessed July 27, 2004).

50  http://www.ncvc.org/ncvc/main.aspx?dbID=DB_About189 (accessed July 28, 2004).

51  http://www.ncvc.org/... (accessed July 28, 2004).

52  http://www.victimbar.org/vb/main.aspx?dbID=dash_Home (accessed July 28, 2004).



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