Which of the following is a key component of drug courts A Ongoing schedules of

Which of the following is a key component of drug

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3.Which of the following is a key component of drug courts? A.Ongoing schedules of judicial status hearingsB.Daily health checkups by physiciansC.Monthly drug testingD.Rare but strict monitoring and evaluation measures
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Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation 1 4._____ programs require participants to plead guilty to the charges againstthem and have their sentences deferred or suspended while they are in the program. Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation 1 5.In the United States, fines are rarely regarded as a tough criminal sanction:
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Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation 1 6.A financial penalty scaled both to the defendant’s ability to pay and the seriousness of the offense is called a: Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation 1 7.The first step in the process of setting a day fine is: A.to create a valuation table.B.to determine the number of fine units to be imposed.
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C.to increase recidivism rates.D.to establish the dollar amount per unit for a given offender. Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation 1 8.A sentence to serve a specified number of hours working in unpaid positions with nonprofit or tax-supported agencies is called: Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation 1 9.Community service as a criminal sanction began in the United States in 1966 in:
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Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation 2 0.Nonresidential facilities that are used as a form of intermediate sanction for offenders as a condition of probation or service delivery for offenders released from prison are called: Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation 2Day reporting centers differ from other intermediate sanctions by:
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1 . A.a marked concentration on rehabilitation of offenders.B.the lack of treatment and referral programs to assist offenders.C.a restriction on participants to return home in the evenings.D.correctional options that are more inhibiting than incarceration. Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
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