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NCJ Number: 32725 Find in a Library
Title: REHABILITATION IN CHECK
Journal: TRIAL  Volume:12  Issue:3  Dated:(MARCH 1976)  Pages:12-13,16
Author(s): S A BENNETT
Corporate Author: Association of Trial Lawyers of America
United States of America
Date Published: 1976
Page Count: 3
Sponsoring Agency: Association of Trial Lawyers of America

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Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: DISCUSSION OF A PHILOSOPHY WHICH HOLDS THAT THE PRIMARY FUNCTION OF PRISONS IS PUNISHMENT AND THAT REHABILITATION IS A SECONDARY CONCERN OPEN TO INMATES WHO SEEK IT.
Abstract: THE REASONS BEHIND THE MOVEMENT FOR VOLUNTARY PROBATION ARE DISCUSSED AND POSSIBLE CONSEQUENCES OF ITS IMPLEMENTATION ON THE PAROLE SYSTEM AND INDETERMINATE SENTENCING IS DISCUSSED.
Index Term(s): Incarceration; Indeterminate sentences; Parole; Punishment; Rehabilitation
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