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Probation: Vocabulary Introduction
Probation- A disposition in which the defendant avoids time in prison by agreeing to comply with the orders of the Court.
Probation Officer- A county or Federal employee who reports to the Courts and supervises defendants released on probation.
Investigation: Inquiry of criminal behavior to gather evidence and prosecute offenders.
Pre-Sentence Report- Report prepared by the Probation Department containing a description of the offense and the defendant.
Sentence- the punishment determined by a judge for a defendant who committed a crime.
Rehabilitation- Idea that criminals can be cured of their problems and can be returned to society.
Incarceration- They physical confinement of a person in a jail or prison.
Restitution- An order for a criminal to pay back or compensate the victims of their crimes.
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