This annual report, the sixth in the BJS series, presents data describing Federal criminal case prosecution, adjudication, and sentencing, as well as time served by Federal offenders. Data are presented for 1982 through 1993, with preliminary data for 1994. The report is of interest to researchers and policymakers concerned with the processing of defendants throughout the Federal system. This report was prepared by the Urban Institute.
- Applying an empirically derived effect size distribution to benchmark the practical magnitude of interventions to reduce recidivism in the USA
- Drug Use Homophily in Adolescent Offenders' Close Friendship Groups
- Gender in the Courtroom Workgroup: Understanding the Relationship Between the Composition of Workgroups and the Gender Gap in Punishment