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Sentencing & Sanctions Programs at a Glance
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At the conclusion of the judicial process, a judge may sentence an individual convicted of a crime to some type of penalty or sanction, such as a decree of imprisonment, a fine, or other punishments.

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OJP Publications

Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) Study: The Characteristics and Components of RSAT Funded Treatment and Aftercare Services, Executive Summary, NIJ-Sponsored, April 2017
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Federal Justice Statistics, 2013-2014, BJS, March 2017
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Criminal Protective Orders as a Critical Strategy To Reduce Domestic Violence, Final Summary Overview, NIJ-Sponsored, March 2017
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Criminal Protective Orders as a Critical Strategy To Reduce Domestic Violence, Researcher-Practitioner Partnership Summary, NIJ-Sponsored, February 2017
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Shackled to Debt: Criminal Justice Financial Obligations and the Barriers to Reentry They Create, NIJ, January 2017
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