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1

List the type of punishments that are often used in combination with one another.

Imprisonment
Fines
Probation
Intermediate Sanctions
Death
Assets for forfeiture

2

What are some examples of intermediate sanctions?

House arrest, "shock" incarceration, community service, restitution

3

What type of sentencing is this: Individuals sentenced to a year or less are generally sentenced to local jails?

imprisonment

4

What type of sentencing is this: State statutes usually provide this as an alternative to incarceration or in addition to incarceration?

fines

5

What type of sentencing is this:
Involves the suspension of a prison sentence so long as an individual continues to report to a probation officer and adhere to certain required standards of personal conduct?

probation

6

The conditions of _________ are required to be reasonably related to the rehabilitation of the offender and the protection of the public.

probation

7

The conditions of probation are required to be reasonably related to the ___________ of the offender and the ________ of the public.

rehabilitation
protection

8

Intermediate sanctions may be imposed as a _______ sentence, as a condition of ________, following ____________, or in combination with a _____.

criminal
probation
imprisonment
fine

9

___________ _________ may be imposed as a criminal sentence, as a condition of probation, following imprisonment, or in combination with a fine.

Intermediate sanctions

10

What do you use to evaluate sentencing schemes?

1) Proportionality
2) Individualism
3) Disparity
4) Predictability and Simplicity
5) Excessiveness
6) Truthfulness
7) Purpose

11

Individualism – sentence should reflect the offender’s criminal _______ and threat posed to _______.

history
society

12

____________– sentence should reflect the offender’s criminal history and threat posed to society

Individualism

13

________– sentences for particular offenses should be uniform

Disparity

14

Disparity – sentences for particular offenses should be _______

uniform

15

___________ and _________ – Sentences should be clear and definite and should not be dependent on the bias of judge

Predictability
Simplicity

16

Predictability and Simplicity – Sentences should be _____ and _______ and should not be dependent on the _____ of judge

clear
definite
bias

17

______________– sentence should not inflict unnecessary pain and suffering

Excessiveness

18

____________– sentence should reflect actual time served in prison

Truthfulness

19

________– sentence should be intended to achieve one or more of the purposes of punishment

Purpose

20

The U.S. Department of Justice reported in ______ that state and federal courts convicted almost 1,145,000 adults of felonies.

2004

21

The U.S. Department of Justice reported in 2004 that state and federal courts convicted almost ___________ adults of ________.

1,145,000
felonies

22

____% of individuals convicted in state courts were sentenced to prison, and ___% were sentenced to probation with no jail time.

70%
30%

23

Seventy percent of individuals convicted in state courts were sentenced to _______, and 30 percent were sentenced to _________ with no jail time.

prison
probation

24

The average sentence for felons sentenced to state prisons was ___ months; the average probation sentence was ___ months. Individuals sentenced to local jails, on average, received a __-month sentence.

57
38
6

25

The average sentence for felons sentenced to ______ _______ was 57 months; the average _________ sentence was 38 months. Individuals sentenced to local jails, on average, received a 6-month sentence.

state prisons
probation

26

Roughly ___% of convicted felons were required to pay restitution.

18%

27

Roughly 18 percent of convicted felons were required to pay _________.

restitution

28

List the different type of approaches to sentencing.

1. Determinate Sentences
2. Mandatory Minimum Sentences
3. Indeterminate Sentences
4. Presumptive Sentencing Guidelines
5. Consecutive Sentences
6. Concurrent Sentences
7. Clemency and Pardon

29

Which type of approach to sentencing is this: legislatures allow judges little discretion

Determinate Sentences

30

Which type of approach to sentencing is this: legislature sets mandatory minimums for certain crimes regardless of mitigating factors

Mandatory Minimum Sentences