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A TEENAGER caught with stolen goods soon after a burglary was told he put himself at risk of incarceration.
This allows us to consider the effects of both current incarceration and recent incarceration, and in some models, to compare currently incarcerated men to those at risk of incarceration but not currently incarcerated, which diminishes unobserved heterogeneity between individuals who do and do not experience incarceration.
The authors adopt Loic Wacquant's term hyper-incarceration, which refers to the greater risk of incarceration faced by minority communities, particularly African-Americans, but also Latinos.
Since the patient was asymptomatic initially despite rigorous exercise for years and no cardiac structure was at risk of incarceration in imaging modalities, conservative treatment was preferred.
In partnership with the South Carolina Legislative Black Caucus, TASCs are geared toward nonviolent juveniles who are at risk of incarceration and are in need of additional structure and assistance beyond the normal DJJ probation or parole supervision.
Persons in the age groups 20-24 to 30-34 years were at a higher risk of incarceration than those in the other age groups (Table 5).
Records managers must also be prepared to use alternative ROI calculations such as the risk of inaction and the risk of incarceration in addition to the traditional ROI calculation.
Mr Fitzgerald argued that it unfairly exposed offenders who presented no future danger, to the risk of incarceration for life, or at least lifelong liability to be recalled to prison.