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Message ID: 10938
Date: 2021-06-15

Author:Tyson, Katherine

Subject:Re: high ACES score and mitigation in criminal sentencing

Hi – check out James Garbarino’s book, Listening to Killers. As an expert witness for 25 years, he did that all the time. All best, Katherine Tyson McCrea, Ph.D., M.Div., L.C.S.W. (she, her, hers) Professor and Principal Investigator, Empowering Counseling Program Loyola University of Chicago School of Social Work 1 East Pearson Street #422 Chicago, Illinois 60611 ktyson@luc.edu 312-915-7028 312-915-7645 (f) http://works.bepress.com/katherine_mcrea https://empowercounselprog.wixsite.com/ecp-luc "The power of hope … the belief that something better is always possible if you’re willing to work for it and fight for it.” Michelle Obama "A child asked Fr. Henri Nouwen: 'How big is God?' Fr. Henri: 'As big as your heart. And your heart is as big as the universe.'" From: bounce-125713578-12744214@list.cornell.edu Date: Tuesday, 15, June 2021 at 10:31 AM To: child-maltreatment-research-L Subject: high ACES score and mitigation in criminal sentencing Dear Colleagues, Are any of you familiar with legal cases in which a high ACES score has been used to argue for a more lenient sentence for someone who has committed a serious crime? I would be interested in anything and everything related to this topic. Feel free to write me privately at: LFontes@rcn.com Many thanks, Lisa Aronson Fontes, Ph.D. Senior Lecturer II University of Massachusetts Amherst

Hi – check out James Garbarino’s book, Listening to Killers. As an expert witness for 25 years, he did that all the time. All best, Katherine Tyson McCrea, Ph.D., M.Div., L.C.S.W. (she, her, hers) Professor and Principal Investigator, Empowering Counseling Program Loyola University of Chicago School of Social Work 1 East Pearson Street #422 Chicago, Illinois 60611 ktysonluc.edu 312-915-7028 312-915-7645 (f) http://works.bepress.com/katherine_mcrea https://empowercounselprog.wixsite.com/ecp-luc "The power of hope … the belief that something better is always possible if you’re willing to work for it and fight for it.” Michelle Obama "A child asked Fr. Henri Nouwen: 'How big is God?' Fr. Henri: 'As big as your heart. And your heart is as big as the universe.'" From: bounce-125713578-12744214list.cornell.edu Date: Tuesday, 15, June 2021 at 10:31 AM To: child-maltreatment-research-L Subject: high ACES score and mitigation in criminal sentencing Dear Colleagues, Are any of you familiar with legal cases in which a high ACES score has been used to argue for a more lenient sentence for someone who has committed a serious crime? I would be interested in anything and everything related to this topic. Feel free to write me privately at: LFontesrcn.com Many thanks, Lisa Aronson Fontes, Ph.D. Senior Lecturer II University of Massachusetts Amherst