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Message ID: 10945
Date: 2021-06-16

Author:Ralph Balducci

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

Someone who has done research on the relationship of high ACES scores with a variety of biopsychosocial issues is David Read Johnson, PhD. https://www.ptsdcenter.com/copy-of-meet-the-team Ralph Ralph P. Balducci, Ph.D. Psychologist 25 Sylvan Road South (door N) Westport, CT 06880 (203) 451-5375 www.DrRalphBalducci.com CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE: This email and any attachment(s) hereto contain information that is CONFIDENTIAL and PRIVILEGED in nature and is intended solely for the use of the person named as the recipient. If you are not the person named above as the recipient, you are hereby placed on notice that disclosure, copying, forwarding or use of this email and/or any attachment(s) hereto is strictly prohibited. If you have received this email in error, please reply by email to the sender at once indicating your receipt of the message and securely delete the email from your email server and your computer. Thank you. It is impossible to assure the privacy of communication by electronic means. If you are uncomfortable with this possible limitation of your privacy, please communicate by other means. On Tue, Jun 15, 2021 at 11:32 AM Lisa Fontes > wrote: 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

Someone who has done research on the relationship of high ACES scores with a variety of biopsychosocial issues is David Read Johnson, PhD. https://www.ptsdcenter.com/copy-of-meet-the-team Ralph Ralph P. Balducci, Ph.D. Psychologist 25 Sylvan Road South (door N) Westport, CT 06880 (203) 451-5375 www.DrRalphBalducci.com CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE: This email and any attachment(s) hereto contain information that is CONFIDENTIAL and PRIVILEGED in nature and is intended solely for the use of the person named as the recipient. If you are not the person named above as the recipient, you are hereby placed on notice that disclosure, copying, forwarding or use of this email and/or any attachment(s) hereto is strictly prohibited. If you have received this email in error, please reply by email to the sender at once indicating your receipt of the message and securely delete the email from your email server and your computer. Thank you. It is impossible to assure the privacy of communication by electronic means. If you are uncomfortable with this possible limitation of your privacy, please communicate by other means. On Tue, Jun 15, 2021 at 11:32 AM Lisa Fontes > wrote: 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