Probation Increasingly Rare In Federal Courts; 90% Go To Prison

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Over the last three decades, imprisonment has become the most common sanction in the federal criminal justice system, says the Pew Charitable Trusts’ Public Safety Performance Project. Nine in 10 federal offenders were sent to prison in 2014, up from less than half in 1980, as the use of probation declined steadily. Federal judges sentenced
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