Prosecuting Complex Drug Cases: The Challenge for Local Prosecutors
Jefferson Institute for Justice Studies
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 be identified; then, validated through interviews with practitioners. The synthesis of the information gathered into relevant and practical discussions for prosecutors was the last step in the process, and is reflected in the final report.
Prosecutors, Complex drug cases, Drug-related programs