The Community Supervision and Services Act: Hearing, Ninety-second Congress, Second Session on S. 3309 ... July 19 and 20, 1972

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Strana 41 - 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 95 - ... 3.8 Discretion as to Non-criminal Disposition (a) The prosecutor should explore the availability of noncriminal 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. (b) Prosecutors should be familiar with the resources of social agencies which can assist in the evaluation of cases for diversion from the criminal process.
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 78 - Trial 6.1 Duty to explore disposition without trial. (a) Whenever the nature and circumstances of the case permit, the lawyer for the accused should explore the possibility of an early diversion of the case from the criminal process through the use of other community agencies. (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...
Strana 79 - Prosecutors should endeavor to make discriminating charge decisions, assuring that offenders who merit criminal sanctions are not released and that other offenders are either released or diverted to noncriminal methods of treatment and control by: Establishment of explicit policies for the dismissal or informal disposition of the cases of certain marginal offenders. Early identification and diversion to other community resources of those offenders in need of treatment, for whom full criminal disposition...
Strana 78 - ... new, the underlying concept is not. It has long been the practice among experienced prosecutors to defer prosecution upon certain conditions, such as a firm arrangement for the offender to seek psychiatric or other similar assistance where his disturbed mental condition may have contributed to his behavior. A technique of long standing, indeed one going back to the early history of our country, is found in decisions of prosecutors not to prosecute an offender who has agreed to enter the military...
Strana 116 - An act to regulate the treatment and control of dependent, neglected, and delinquent children...
Strana 92 - ... people accused of a crime. The Manhattan Court Employment Project (MCEP) is an experimental attempt to intervene in the usual court process just after a defendant's arrest. It offers him counseling and job opportunities and, if he cooperates and appears to show promise of permanent change, recommends that the prosecutor (district attorney) and the judge dismiss the charges against him without ever deciding whether he is guilty. Thus, the MCEP attempts to convert a participant's arrest from a...

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