Monthly Archives: October 2012

Month: October 2012 Tier II ambiguos to some

Tier II includes most sexual abuse or exploitation offenses against minors and attempts or conspiracies to commit such offenses. Tier II also includes use of a minor to practice prostitution and production and distribution of child pornography. The corollary to this guideline would be that if a person who was convicted of possession of materials involving a minor would not

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Month: October 2012 Supervised Release individuals are granted ‘conditional liberty’

This is a non-extensive yet inclusive list of the liberties lost and the disabilities gained by assuming a life-time of supervised release—the Federal sentencing equivalent of probation. Supervised Release individuals are granted ‘conditional liberty’ subject to special and unique restrictions: >supervised release includes probation; >20 percent lost productive time. – 5 days a month treatment – 1 to 2 days

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Month: October 2012 A Better Answer to Post Sentencing Protocols

a) Treatment as a post sentencing requirement Overview of treatment modalities Individual Psychotherapy is the modality with one patient and one therapist. This form offers the most attention to the patients individual concerns however it can be limited in that it cannot directly study family or social relationships. There are many different styles or theoretical orientations of therapists such as psychodynamic,

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