Drug control: difficulties in denying federal benefits to convicted drug offenders : report to the Chairman, Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control, House of Representatives
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102nd Congress 56 Offenders Universe access to federal Anti-Drug Abuse Act benefit applications benefit denial Benefit Ineligibility Compared benefit ineligibility period benefit ineligibility sentences Comparison of Prison convicted drug offenders court drug convictions court sentencing practices covered by section criminal justice officials Department of Justice discretionary sentencing authority diversion programs drug convictions nationwide drug offenders access drug offenders convicted drug offenders sentenced drug rehabilitation drug trafficking eliminate judicial discretion federal agencies responsible Federal Benefit Ineligibility federal court five agencies guidelines implementing section 5301 impose sentences imposed the sentence incarceration period ineligible to receive Instances prison Justice clearinghouse Justice Department losing federal benefits Nolo contendere Number of Instances Number of months Number Percent Number Offenders 56 Offenders Offenders Number Offenders Table ongoing benefits Percent Number Percent prison term procedures receive federal benefits risk of losing Sentence includes sentenced to benefit Sentences of Offenders Total 56 U.S. Sentencing Commission universe of drug