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Garcia 1 Alex Garcia Professor Starkovich Research Assignment #1 29 August, 2016 Chapter 1 Facts/Lie 1. Truthful: There are 1.5 million prisoners in the United States at an annual cost of $30,000 per inmate. 2. Truthful: About 70 percent of inmates are black or latino; more than 60 percent of the inmates are younger than 30; about 70 percent of the inmates have not completed high school. 3. Truthful: California enacted legislation to reduce prison overcrowding, the legislation requires parole violators to serve the remainder of their sentences in county jails. 4. Untruthful: A crime is a violation of a handful of certain criminal laws. 730 ILCS 110/ Probation and Probation Officers Act Research a. Under the Act, the three positions considered to be probation officers are as follows; “Detention staff, non-secure group home staff, and management personnel who meet minimum standards est. by the Supreme Court and who are hired under the direction of the circuit court.” (730ILCS110?) b.
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  • Spring '14
  • Mikulay
  • Social Psychology, criminal law, Supreme Court of the United States, Parole, probation officers

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