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You have been called to speak to a group of legislators regarding the importance of intermediate sanctions. Even though most of the intermediate sanctions show little, if any, impact on reducing criminal activity, explain to the group of legislators why they should not pull the plug on intermediate sanctions. Think about the other goals that intermediate sanctions achieve.
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First off, I would briefly trace and overview the history and evolution of intermediate sanctions in the American criminal justice system to better inform the group of legislators why they evolved within the context of the 1970s and 1980s to ascertain the big picture. I would also state how they not only address pragmatic concerns but also conceptual/sentencing ...
Some justification of why intermediate sanctions in criminal justice should be preserved are briefly mentioned in this 200 word posting guide.