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Sentences for Adult Felons in Washington: Identifying Changes That Could Reduce Costs Without Endangering Public Safety - Interim Report

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Robert Barnoski - December 2003

The 2003 Washington State Legislature directed the Institute to determine if there are changes to Washington’s sentencing structure that could reduce costs without endangering public safety. This interim report describes the research plan, as well as the steps taken as of December 2003.

The final report is available in two parts:
Part I: Historical Trends
Part II: Recidivism Analyses

Report ID: 03-12-1201

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