Caught in the Web of the Criminal Justice System

Autism, Developmental Disabilities, and Sex Offenses

Lawrence A. Dubin, J.D. (Redaktør) ; Emily Horowitz, Ph.D. (Redaktør) ; Alan Gershel (Forord) ; Gary Mesibov (Innledning) ; Melissa Sreckovic (Innledning) ; Kenneth M. Mogill (Innledning) ; Dennis P. Sugrue (Innledning) ; Mark H. Allenbaugh (Innledning) ; Richard Wollert (Innledning) ; Alexander Skelton (Innledning)

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A detailed multidisciplinary examination of the issues surrounding autism and non-contact sex offenses within the criminal justice system

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Foreword by Alan Gershel, J.D., Former U.S. Attorney, Eastern District of Michigan, USA. Introduction. Mark Mahoney, J.D.. Introduction: Caught in the Web of the Criminal Justice System: Autism, Other Developmental Disabilities and Non-Contact Sex Offenses. Lawrence A. Dubin, Professor of Law, University of Detroit Mercy School of Law, USA and Emily Horowitz, Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice, St. Francis College, Brooklyn, New York, USA. 1. A Father's Journey to Protect His Son: A Legal Perspective. Lawrence A. Dubin. 2. Child and Juvenile Pornography and ASD. Gary Mesibov, Licensed Psychologist, Professor Emeritus, University of North Carolina, USA. 3. Representing an Autism Spectrum Disorder Individual Charged with Possession of Internet Child Pornography: A Case Study. Kenneth M. Mogill, Criminal Defense Lawyer, Mogill, Posner & Cohen, USA. 4. Forensic Assessment of Individuals on the Autism Spectrum Charged with Child Pornography Violations. Dr Dennis P. Sugrue, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, University of Michigan, USA. 5. Sex Offenses, Lies, and Politics: The Web of the Registry. Emily Horowitz. 6. Tilting at Windmills: The Misplaced War on Child Pornography Offenders. Mark H. Allenbaugh, Criminal Defense Lawyer, USA. 7. Egregious Flaws Discredit the Butner Redux Study: Effective Policies for Sentencing Federal Child Pornography Offenders Require Findings Based on Valid Research Principles. Richard Wollert, Mental Health, Law and Policy Institute, Simon Fraser University, Canada and Alexander Skelton, Department of Corrections, Wellington, New Zealand. 8. Accessors and Distributors of Child Pornography: Not Who You Think They Are. Fred S. Berlin, Sexual Behaviour and Consultations Unit, John Hopkins University, USA. 9. Collateral Damage of Sex Offender Management Policies for Individuals with Asperger's Syndrome and Their Family Members. Erin Comartin, Assistant Professor of Social Work, Wayne State University, USA. 10. An Alternative Universe: The Perspective of an Autistic Registrant. Nick Dubin, USA. 11. Navigating Judicial Responses for Those Caught in the Web. Catherine Carpenter, Professor of Law, Southwestern Law School, USA. 12. Asperger's Syndrome and Downloading Child Pornography: Why Criminal Punishment is Unjust and Ineffective. John Douard, Professor of Philosophy, University of New Jersey, USA and Pamela Schultz, Professor of Communication Studies, Department of Psychology and Communication, Alfred University, USA. Afterword. Tony Attwood.

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Nick Dubin was diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome in 2004. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Communications from Oakland University, a Master's Degree in Learning Disabilities from the University of Detroit Mercy, and a Specialist Degree in Psychology and Psy.D. from the Michigan School of Professional Psychology. He has authored many books on autism spectrum disorders including 'Asperger Syndrome and Anxiety', also published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers. Nick lives in a suburb of Detroit, Michigan.