Prosecutors in State Courts, 2005

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on August 16, 2006

Bureau of Justice Statistics, Prosecutors in State Courts, 2005: “Presents findings from the 2005 National Survey of Prosecutors, the latest in a series of data collections about the Nation’s 2,300 State court prosecutors’ offices that tried felony cases in State courts of general jurisdiction. This study provides information on the number of staff, annual budget, and felony cases closed for each office. Information is also available on the use of DNA evidence, computer-related crimes, and terrorism cases prosecuted. Other survey data include special categories of felony offenses prosecuted, types of non-felony cases handled, number of felony convictions, number of juvenile cases proceeded against in criminal court, and work-related threats or assaults against office staff.”

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