volume 26, issue 2, P48-52 1979
DOI: 10.1177/026455057902600204
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Cliff Davison

Abstract: 48which the human needs of an offender's world have a place and may by their nature affect the eventual disposal. Such a disposal is not achieved by putting justice to one side, when welfare is being considered, but in seeing that any expression of mercy, and the welfare involvement which springs from it, is as much an expression of justice as if the sentence was one where the deserved punishment was imposed to the full.