Attorney General Reno supports drug treatment in lieu of jail time

March 1993
Alcoholism Report;Mar1993, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p3
Shows that US Attorney General Janet Reno would support drug treatment in lieu of jail time, as she was a proponent of a three-year-old program in Dade County, Florida, which offers drug treatment rather than incarcerating people addicted to drugs. Stanley Goldstein; Cost and results of the program; Criticisms.


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