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Publication Felony Sentences in the United States, 1996 Presents the latest available figures for both state and federal sentencing, reporting that in 1996 the Nation's courts convicted a combined total of over one million adults of a felony offense.
Part of the Felony Sentences in the United States Series
7/1/1999 NCJ 175045
Publication Felony Sentences in the United States, 1994 Presents the latest available figures for both State and Federal sentencing, reporting that in 1994 the Nation's courts convicted a total of about 900,000 persons of a felony offense.
Part of the Felony Sentences in the United States Series
7/1/1997 NCJ 165149
Publication Felony Sentences in the United States, 1992 The latest available figures covering both State and Federal sentencing reveal that in 1992, the Nation's courts convicted about 168,000 adults of a violent felony.
Part of the Felony Sentences in the United States Series
5/1/1996 NCJ 153257
Publication Felony Sentences in the United States - 1990 Statistical data on felony sentences are provided.
Part of the Felony Sentences in the United States Series
9/1/1994 NCJ 149077
Publication Felony Case-Processing Time This report presents data on the time for processing felony cases in the courts of 12 mostly urban U.S. jurisdictions.
Part of the Felony Sentences in the United States Series
8/1/1986 NCJ 101985
Publication Felony Sentencing in 18 Local Jurisdictions Sentencing outcomes in the felony courts of 18 predominantly urban jurisdictions were examined using case-specific data on the sentences imposed on more than 15,000 felony offenders in 1983. Sentencing data came mainly from the entire county or independent city.
Part of the Felony Sentences in the United States Series
6/1/1985 NCJ 97681
 

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