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TESP - an Alternative Sentencing Program
that Utilized the Transcendental Stress Management
 Program for Offender Rehabilitation



Links to some of the Articles and Videos on

The Enlightened Sentencing Project

 

Hon. Judge David C. Mason of the 22nd Judicial Circuit court in St Louis, addresses the the TESP graduation of 12 9 09.

 

 

Missouri Lawyers Association - February 2, 2010

 

Excellent articles on The Enlightened Sentencing Project were carried from the St Louis Post Dispatch, across Associated Press, and in over 25 newspapers, websites and blogs from 12 9 09.

(Direct links to the websites are provided as well as pdf copies.)

St Louis Post Dispatch - 12 9 09.

The Washington Post - 12 14 09.

American Bar Association Journal -12 15 09.

National Corrections Oversight Organization -12 16 09

African News Journal - 12 18 09

India Times - 12 18 09

Crime Scene KC - 12 16 09

Dhamma Media Channel - 12 18 09
DMC is a Buddhist satellite television channel broadcasting 24/7, based on Buddhist teachings.

Sentencing Law and Policy - 12 21 09

Newsleader.com, Springfield, IL - 12 21 09

YogaActivist.com - 12 21 09

Armoks News, breaking news from around the world - 12 21 09

YogaGuru.com - 12 29 09

Wildmind Buddhist Meditation - 12 30 09

 

Other Articles


The St Louis "Riverfront Times" entitled "Peace and Punishment" - - 3 8 06,
 

TESP has gained the recognition of the Missouri Sentencing Advisory Commission
(MOSAC).  It is one of only four alternative sentencing programs recommended on the MOSAC website. You can also view a saved copy of that web page here.

 

TESP is listed under the National Institute of Corrections in its Corrections Library online. You can view a saved copy of that web page here.
USA.gov > U.S. Dept. of Justice > Bureau of Prisons > National Institute of Corrections >

 

Maharishi University of Management Faculty Member Researches Enlightened Sentencing Project
The Review, Vol. 17, #4, October 31, 2001


360 Degrees Report,  January 16, 2001



Meditation as Rehabilitation and Changing Prison Strategies, Susanna Lobez
Radio National, The Law Report, December 7, 1999

 

MUM hosts Psychology Conference in honor of Skip Alexander,
October 1998



Hope for Rehabilitation
by Chris and Janet Atwood, January 1997

 

Inauguration of The Enlightened Sentencing Project
The Review, Maharishi University of Management, Vol. 12, #3, November 13, 1996


 

Council for Secular Humanism; Reforming the Incarceration Nation.  Can we balance social justice with legal justice?
Free Inquiry magazine, Volume 21, Number 3.

 

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