National Judicial Reporting Program, 1990
U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Statistics, Jun 1, 1993 - Law - 51 pages
Describes the number and characteristics of felons convicted in Sate courts in 1990 in the Nation overall. Includes: felony sentencing (offenses, sentence types, and sentence lengths), demographic characteristics of convicted felons, felons sentenced to probation, and felony case processing (conviction types and time to disposal). Charts, tables and graphs.
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1990 Most serious 9 mo Aggravated assault 100 BJS bulletins Burglary 100 Composed of nonviolent convicted felons courts criminal justice days 0 days driving while intoxicated Drug offenses 100 drug trafficking felons sentenced felony convictions forgery and embezzlement Fraud Guilty plea Includes attempts includes forgery includes motor vehicle includes nonnegligent manslaughter includes offenses Justice Statistics kidnaping Larceny Mean sentence mo 10 mo mo 36 mo mo 48 mo mo 9 mo Burglary mo Murder mo Other offenses mo Possession mo Violent offenses motor vehicle theft negligent manslaughter NJRP nonviolent offenses note on tables number of felony offenses 29 offenses 36 mo offenses 45 Percent of convicted Percent of felons Possession 100 prison sentence probation sentences property and driving Property offenses 100 Rape receiving stolen property Robbery 100 sample sentenced to prison sentenced to probation serious conviction offense sexual assault survey Total Prison Jail Trafficking 100 Violent offenses 100 Weapons offenses 100