CCJ Professor Uncovers Secrets of the Illegal Wildlife Trade
The study, published in Deviant Behavior, identifies New York, San Francisco, and Los Angeles as key seizure hubs for the global illegal wildlife trade.
FIU Faculty Among the Most Productive in the U.S.
The study, published in the Journal of Criminal Justice Education, ranked FIU CCJ faculty 13th out of 45 PhD programs regarding journal article publication productivity.
Race and the Sanctioning of Misdemeanor Defendants
Ph.D. student Patrick Moricette recently led a study that examined the impact a defendant's race has on sanction severity in misdemeanors cases across multiple counties within Florida.