Plea bargaining, Legal decision-making, Court procedures and processes
Amy is a doctoral student in Criminology, Law and Society and a Graduate Research Assistant in the MODILS Lab. Her research interests include plea bargaining, legal decision-making, juvenile transfer, juvenile's experiences in the system, and other court procedures and processes. Prior to coming to GMU, she worked in a variety of fields, including at a criminal justice research firm, a juvenile sentencing advocacy and policy non-profit, and the federal public defender's office.
Youth and Adult Engagement in the Plea Bargaining Process (Supervisor: Dr. Allison Redlich)
CRIM 305: Crime and Crime Policy
CRIM 307: Social Inequalities & Crime
CRIM 495: Capstone in Criminology, Law and Society (recitation section)
M.S. (Justice, Law and Society), American University
B.A. (Criminal Justice & Sociology), Gonzaga University