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  • Florida Senate Report: Review Penalties for Drug-Free Zone Violations Florida Senate, October, 2012“The Pennsylvania Commission on Sentencing did not find that "length of sentence or imposition of a mandatory minimum term per se were predictors of recidivism.”
  • Defendants Whose Death Sentences Have Been Reduced Because of a Finding of "Mental Retardation" since Atkins v. Virginia Death Penalty Information Center, July, 2012“The authors found that states that significantly deviated from accepted clinical methods for determining intellectual disability, such as Florida, Alabama, Georgia, and Texas, had the lowest success rates.”
  • A Billion Dollars and Growing: Why Prison Bonding is Tougher on Florida's Taxpayers Than on Crime Collins Center for Public Policy; Florida TaxWatch, April, 2011“Little known and not well understood by taxpayers, this funding approach has saddled future generations of Floridians with over a billion dollars in debt without appreciably increasing public safety.”
  • Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program 2010 Bureau of Justice Statistics, April, 2011“The five states eligible to receive the largest total state allocation included California ($51.1 million), Texas ($34.0 million), Florida ($30.9 million), New York ($24.8 million), and Illinois ($18.9 million).”
  • Justice Assistance Grant Program, 2012 Bureau of Justice Statistics, 2011“The five largest total state allocations included California ($32.9 million), Texas ($22.7 million), Florida ($19.5 million), New York ($16.0 million), and Illinois ($12.0 million).”
  • Governor's Ex-Offender Final Report Governor's Ex-Offender Task Force (Florida), November, 2006“Within three years of release, over a quarter of those people will go back to prison for a new crime. This rate of recidivism is unacceptably high and unacceptably expensive.”
  • Evaluating Fairness and Accuracy in State Death Penalty Systems: The Florida Death Penalty Assessment Report American Bar Association, September, 2006“[R]esearch establishes that many Florida capital jurors do not understand their role and responsibilities when deciding whether to impose a death sentence.”
  • The Florida Death Penalty Assessment Report An Analysis of Florida's Death Penalty Laws, Procedures, and Practices American Bar Association, September, 2006“Since 1973, the State of Florida has exonerated twenty-two death-row inmates, which is more than any other state in the nation.”
  • A Rallying Cry for Change: Charting a New Direction in the State of Florida's Response to Girls in the Juvenile Justice System National Council on Crime and Delinquency, July, 2006“Depression, trauma, anger, self-destructive behavior, or other mental health/clinical diagnoses were a factor for 79% of girls in residential and 84% of girls in non-residential programs.”
  • Reforming Juvenile Detention in Florida National Council on Crime and Delinquency, August, 2005(Current conditions and proposed alternatives for the Florida juvenile detention system.)
  • Juvenile Justice in Florida: What Kind of Future? National Council on Crime and Delinquency, March, 2004“The National Council on Crime and Delinquency (NCCD) conducted a study to determine the potential benefits to Florida of adopting a data-driven approach to juvenile corrections that is based on the best national research.”
  • Juvenile Transfer to Criminal Court: Final Report Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, January, 2002(see summary with graphs at
  • The Florida Experiment: An Analysis of the Practice of Sending Kids to Adult court. Justice Policy Institute, September, 1999
  • Corrections in Florida: What the Public, News Media and DC Staff Think Florida Department of Corrections, March, 1998

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