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Felony Defendants in Large Urban Counties, 2004 - Statistical Tables

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Table 29. Conditions of probation sentence received most often by convicted defendants, by most serious conviction offense, 2004

Most serious conviction offense Felony defendants sentenced to probation
Number of defendants            Percent whose sentence
           to probation included —
Community service Restitution Treatment
  All offenses 7,834   19 % 12 % 26 %
All felonies 6,649   20 % 10 % 29 %
    Violent offenses 741   26   15   20  
    Property offenses 1,813   22   26   9  
    Drug offenses 3,384   18   1   45  
    Public-order offenses 693   23   10   13  
Misdemeanors 1,186   9 % 22 % 7 %
Note: Data represent felony defendants in the 75 largest
counties in 2004. Data available for 99% of cases. Total for
felonies includes cases that could not be classified into
1 of the 4 felony offense categories. A defendant may
have received more than one type of probation condition.
Not all defendants sentenced to probation received probation
conditions. Detail may not add to total because of rounding.

Source: State Court Processing Statistics (SCPS)
  See also Methodology.
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