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Reveka Shteynberg is a PhD Candidate in the School of Criminal Justice at the University at Albany, SUNY. She received her Master’s degree in Criminal Justice from the University at Albany, SUNY and her Bacherlor’ degree in Criminology, Law and Society from the University of California, Irvine.
She currently works as a Senior Research Associate on the Counsel at First Appearance (CAFA) Project, a DOJ-funded multi-year study examining implementation of counsel at first appearance programs in rural and urban jurisdictions in six upstate NY counties. She is also a Research Analyst for the John F. Finn Institute for Public Safety, where she conducts research analysis and consultation for a family court needs assessment and feasibility evaluation project. Before graduate school, She worked as a research analyst for Control Risks, a securities and investigations firm. Prior to that, she worked as a research assistant for Hennington and Associates, a trial and jury consultation firm.
Research interests lie at the intersection of psychology and the law surrounding criminal justice decision-making policies and practices. Broadly, her research concerns issues surrounding plea bargaining and adjudication, indigent defense, court and legal reform, program implementation and evaluation, juvenile justice, and research methodologies.
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Access to Justice – general, Criminal Law, Criminal Law » Juvenile offenders, Criminal Law » Legal financial obligation(LFO), Criminal Law » Other criminal, Criminal Law » Prisoners' rights, Family and Safety » More family court procedures, Family and Safety » Other family, Political Science, Psychology, Youth Law and Education, Youth Law and Education » Juvenile offenders
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