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  • Gramckow, Heike P.; Jacoby, Joan E.; Ratledge, Edward C. (Jefferson Institute for Justice Studies, 1993-07)
    With little contemporary literature available about the subject of complex drug prosecutions, this assessment was particularly difficult because the issues surrounding the prosecution of complex drug cases, first, had to ...
  • Jacoby, Joan E.; Gilchrist, Peter S. III; Ratledge, Edward C. (Jefferson Institute for Justice Studies, 1998-01)
    This guide is for prosecutors. In this guide, we assume that every prosecutor faces the common problem of disposing of cases at the earliest possible time, using the fewest resources, and with acceptable results. This is ...
  • Jacoby, Joan E.; Gilchrist, Peter S. III; Ratledge, Edward C. (Jefferson Institute for Justice Studies, 1999-12)
    This guide is for prosecutors. In this guide, we assume that every prosecutor faces the common problem of "separating wheat from the chaff", i.e. declining poor cases and accepting good ones for prosecution. This is the ...
  • Jacoby, Joan E.; Gilchrist, Peter S. III; Ratledge, Edward C. (Jefferson Institute for Justice Studies, 1999-01)
    This guide is for prosecutors. In this guide, we assume that every prosecutor seeks the common goal of managing an office with sufficient resources to provide quality prosecution services consistent with his or her policy. ...
  • Jacoby, Joan E.; Gilchrist, Peter S. III; Ratledge, Edward C. (Jefferson Institute for Justice Studies, 1999-07)
    This guide is for prosecutors. In this guide, we assume that every prosecutor faces the common problem of how to manage an office with a fixed amount of resources in such a way as to provide quality prosecution services ...

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