Intermediate sanctions in sentencing guidelines

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U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice, 1997 - Law - 56 pages
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Sentencing guidelines & intermediate sanctions are two of the most significant criminal justice policy developments in recent decades. Half the States have adopted or considered statewide guidelines; & in early 1997, sentencing commissions were at work in more than 20 States. Intermediate sanctions have proliferated since 1980. This report describes separately the past 20 years of the respective policy & research developments of sentencing guidelines & intermediate sanctions; & the modest efforts, to date, to combine the two. Includes suggestions of next steps that policymakers might consider. Tables & figures.

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Intermediate Sanctions in Sentencing Guidelines
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Experience with Intermediate Sanctions
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Sentencing Guidelines
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