1. Remorse and its relevance to penal theory Part I. Retributive arguments. 2. The changed person argument 3. The reduced harm argument 4. The already punished argument 5. The responsive censure argument 6. The merciful compassion argument Part II. Remorse and sentencing practice. 7. From murder to marijuana: a nuanced approach to remorse-based mitigation 8. The remorseful recidivist 9. Remorse in the sentencing guidelines 10. Implications for penal theory and sentencing.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.