Pennsylvania or cellular system, where inmates lived and worked in separate cells to prevent communication and moral contamination. Preferable to prison were fines or, if the defendant was poor, community service. For nondangerous criminals, Lombroso... Criminal Man - Page 14by Cesare Lombroso - 2006 - 424 pagesLimited preview
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Peter Becker, Richard F. Wetzell - History - 2006 - 492 pages
...criminals by mixing them with congenital deviants. When unavoidable, prisons should be modeled on the "Pennsylvania," or cellular system, where inmates...community service. For nondangerous criminals Lombroso counseled the courts to impose house arrest, police surveillance, or simply judicial reprimands. He...