The Community Supervision and Services Act: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on National Penitentiaries..., 92-2, on S. 3309..., July 19 and 20, 1972

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Strana 39 - Few subjects are less adapted to judicial review than the exercise by the Executive of his discretion in deciding when and whether to institute criminal proceedings or what precise charge shall be made, or whether to dismiss a proceeding once brought.
Strana 120 - YOUTH SERVICE BUREAUS In 1967, the President's Commission on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Justice recommended the creation of youth service bureaus...
Strana 78 - ... 3.8 Discretion as to non-criminal disposition. (a) The prosecutor should explore the availability of non-criminal disposition, including programs of rehabilitation, formal or informal, in deciding whether to press criminal charges; especially in the case of a first offender, the nature of the offense may warrant noncriminal disposition.
Strana 38 - The high standards set by the treatment facility, however, resulted in the rejection of every single one of these candidates, so that at year's end, not a single addict-defendant from our district was receiving treatment under the program. As a result of this disappointing experience, largely due to the rigid statutory limitations written into NARA, we have been seeking a new procedure for handling all addict-defendants in community treatment facilities, through the help of Dr. Jerome Jaffe, Director...
Strana 147 - This section is new and is patterned after the recommendation of the President's Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice in its report, The Challenge of Crime in a Free Society...
Strana 88 - Acceleration of the Missile Program. Whereas the President of the United States in his State of the Union Message...
Strana 81 - Improvement. 2. Extension of the continuance to allow the program staff more time to work with the person (usually for an additional 30 to 90 days).
Strana 18 - ... directed by the author under a grant from the Ford Foundation. The data for the evaluation were provided by the Department of Labor and the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare in response to a joint request by Senator Joseph S. Clark and Congressman Elmer L. Holland, Chairmen respectively of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower and Poverty and the House Select Subcommittee on Labor. The request was made to facilitate preparation of the study of "Manpower Programs in the Antipoverty...
Strana 67 - Report, probation personnel should have adequate office space, clerical assistance and conference facilities. 6.3 Collateral services. In appropriate cases, probation departments should be prepared to provide additional services which may be foreign to the traditional conceptions of providing presentence reports and supervising convicted offenders. Examples of such additional services include the preparation of reports to assist courts in making pretrial release decisions and assistance to prosecutors...
Strana 78 - ... (b) When the lawyer concludes, on the basis of full investigation and study, that under controlling law and the evidence a conviction is probable, he should so advise the accused and seek his consent to engage in plea discussions with the prosecutor, if such appears desirable. (c) Ordinarily the lawyer...

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