"Shadow Costs: The Effect of Economic and Informational Inequality on Court-Order Compliance".
Assessing the causes of racial disparities in drug courts: An intersectional approach to eliminating barriers to admittance
Dual System Youth: At the Intersection of Child Maltreatment and Delinquency
Across the country, child welfare and juvenile justice systems now recognize that youth involved in both systems (i.e., dual system youth) are a vulnerable population who often go unrecognized because of challenges in information-sharing and cross system collaboration. In light of these challenges, national incidence rates of dual system youth are not known.
Decade of Drug Treatment Court Research
Specialized Domestic Violence Court in South Carolina: An Example of Procedural Justice for Victims and Defendants
Maricopa County's Drug Court: An Innovative Program for First- Time Drug Offenders on Probation
Keeping It a "Normal" School Day
Implementing a Diversion-to-Treatment Law in California: Orange County's Experience
Civil Protection Orders: The Benefits and Limitations for Victims of Domestic Violence, Final Report
Perceptions of Drug Court: How Offenders View Ease of Program Completion, Strengths and Weaknesses, and the Impact on Their Lives
Profitable Penalties for Lower Level Courts
Role of Drug and Alcohol Abuse in Domestic Violence and Its Treatment: Dade County's Domestic Violence Court Experiment; Final Report
Societal Cost of the Exclusionary Rule: An Empirical Assessment
Estimating the Population at Risk for Violence During Child Visitation
Rural Misdemeanor Court Management - A Study in One Court's Exercise of Greater Case Control
Gang Membership and Criminal Processing: A Test of the "Master Status" Concept
Case of Unrealistic Expectations: The Impact of Rape Reform Legislation in Illinois
Drug Courts May Reap Big Savings for Corrections and Taxpayers
California Prison Downsizing and Its Impact on Local Criminal Justice Systems
Prosecuting Cases of Elder Abuse
This panel will feature NIJ-funded research that has direct, practical implications for the prosecution of elder abuse cases. Panelists will present findings from a study of prosecutors in three states that examined the factors that influenced their decisions to prosecute elder financial abuse cases. The panel will also provide the results from an evaluation of five innovative court-based models that target perpetrators of elder abuse.