Belenko, Steven
March 2000
Albany Law Review;2000, Vol. 63 Issue 3, p833
Academic Journal
Examines the impact of the enforcement of anti-drug laws and the consequences of drug abuse and addiction on the criminal justice system of the United States. Discussion on drug-involved offenders; Explanation on drug treatment given to offenders; Intervention points for criminal justice-based treatment.


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