After an individual has actually embarked on a criminal career, psychology can again assist in helping to understand the nature of the case and in predicting the effects of whatever sentence is imposed on him. Thus, considerable promise surrounds the work of the psychiatrist in criminal procedure and in connection with the work of penal institutions.
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