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Judicial disobedience of the mandate to imprison drunk drivers.
B 26183 fo /83.4 /
Ross, H.L. & Foley, J.P.
From: Law and Society Review, 21 (1987) No. 2, p. 315-323, 5 ref.

Samenvatting Results of two empirical studies of laws mandating a joil term of forty-eight consecutive hours for repeat-offender drunk drivers are reported. In both cases, non-compliance by judges, abetted by other criminal justice system actors, was extensive, and substantial proportions of offenders were not imprisoned as mandated.
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