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Publication State Court Sentencing of Convicted Felons, 1992

Robyn L. Cohen, Ph.D., Patrick A. Langan, Ph.D.

May 1, 1996    NCJ 152696

This report presents detailed findings from the 1992 nationally representative sample survey of felons convicted in State courts in 300 counties. It includes tables on the number of felony offenders convicted in State courts, the sentences they received for the offenses they committed, demographic characteristics of convicted felons, the number of felons sentenced to probation, the number of felons convicted by trial and guilty plea, the amount of time required to process felony conviction cases, regional variation in adjudication and sentencing, and trends in drug trafficking from 1986 to 1992.

Part of the State Court Sentencing of Convicted Felons Series

Full Report (PDF 300K)
Full Report (ASCII file 41K)
Codebooks and Datasets
Introduction (PDF 61K)
Felony sentences in State courts (PDF 37K)
Profile of felons convicted in State courts (PDF 58K)
Felons sentenced to probation in State courts (PDF 40K)
Felony case processing in State court (PDF 52K)
Regional variation in adjudication and sentencing (PDF 12K)
Trends in drug trafficking (PDF 22K)

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