Alternative Sentencing Theory

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Proposes a constitutional framework around which judges may sentence people charged with drug and alcohol-related crimes to faith-based programs rather than prison. Such a course of action, according to the author, facilitates a superior long-term solution, as the individuals in question may then receive help for the core problem - the addictions which were the catalyst for the crime.

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Published In: Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Updates, Civil Procedure Updates, Constitutional Law Updates, Criminal Law Updates, Health Updates

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