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Definition of Presentence
1. [v -TENCED, -TENCING, -TENCES]
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Literary usage of Presentence
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1. Treatment Alternatives to Street Crime: TASC Programs, History, Experiences by James A. Inciardi (1994)
"... (and some urinalysis summaries), augmented by information from police and prosecutors, and presentence investigation reports when ordered by a judge. ..."
2. Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure (1994) by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"The presentence report must exclude: (A) any diagnostic opinions that, if disclosed, might seriously disrupt a program of ..."
3. Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure (1995) by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"The presentence report must exclude: (A) any diagnostic opinions that, if disclosed, might seriously disrupt a program of rehabilitation; (B) sources of ..."
4. Recovering Correctional Costs Through Offender Fees by Dale Parent (1994)
"Of course, if presentence investigations routinely are done for all cases ... But if presentence investigations are done only when ordered by the courts, ..."
5. Intervening with Substance Abuse Officers: A Framework of Action by DIANE Publishing Company (1993)
"Relying on information in presentence reports and on probation officers' ... Client assessment: The initial assessment begins with a presentence ..."
6. Report of the National Task Force on Criminal History Record Disposition ...Social S (1993)
"If the prosecutors had not retrieved this information, the defendant's bond may have been as low as $10000 or less.32 a presentence report be prepared prior ..."