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WrittenBy: Roger Peters

Furthermore, these individuals. remain in jail and prison longer than persons without CODs. Council of State Governments, 2012), are more difficult to man-. age in custodial settings (Houser & Welsh, 2014), and are more. likely to be reincarcerated within 1 year of discharge than those. with only a… Continue Reading

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