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NCJ Number: 41126 Find in a Library
Title: DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA - BAIL AGENCY - HANDBOOK ON PROCEDURE, JULY 1976
Author(s): ANON
Corporate Author: District of Columbia Pretrial Services Agency
United States of America
Date Published: 1976
Page Count: 50
Sponsoring Agency: District of Columbia Pretrial Services Agency
Washington, DC 20001
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: A COMPREHENSIVE DESCRIPTION OF THE WORKINGS OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA BAIL AGENCY, INCLUDING DESCRIPTIONS OF THE AGENCY STRUCTURE, THE FUNCTION OF EACH UNIT, THE DUTIES OF AGENCY STAFF, AND CLIENT SELECTION CRITERIA.
Abstract: AFTER A BRIEF OUTLINE OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE D.C. BAIL AGENCY, THIS REPORT EXAMINES THE FLOW OF DEFENDANTS THROUGH THE PRETRIAL RELEASE SYSTEM AND DESCRIBES BRIEFLY THE FUNCTIONS OF THE VARIOUS SECTIONS WITHIN THE BAIL AGENCY. INTERVIEWING AND VERIFICATION TECHNIQUES USED BY THE AGENCY ARE NOTED. SUPERVISION ACTIVITIES AND THE ACTIVITIES OF THE FAILURE TO APPEAR UNIT, THE STREET INVESTIGATION UNIT, AND THE PROCESSING UNIT ARE DESCRIBED. FINALLY, PRETRIAL RELEASE CRITERIA USED BY THE AGENCY ARE LISTED....DMC
Index Term(s): Bail hearing; Bail jumping; Bail/Financial Release; Decisionmaking; District of Columbia; Pretrial release; Procedure manuals
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