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Sentencing Guidelines

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This lesson asks students to consider the key findings of a harassment trial and conclude what sentence should be given to the guilty party. During the course of the lesson students explore the different purposes of sentencing and consider how these are balanced against each other; they analyse the various factors that are taken into…

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