Addicts to prohibited drugs, notes Eric Sterling of the Criminal Justice Policy Foundation, "are famous radio personalities, spouses of major candidates, corporate America, Hollywood and your neighbors.
What does CJPF stand for?
CJPF stands for Criminal Justice Policy Foundation
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Defendants may be enticed to try the program, believing it beats jail time, and then return to their old ways after graduating, said Eric Sterling of the Criminal Justice Policy Foundation.
House Judiciary Committee, is president of the Criminal Justice Policy Foundation (www.
Nicholas Pastore, of the Criminal Justice Policy Foundation, said the phenomenon cried out for smarter policing.
On the streets of America, the "war on drugs" has left a flood of heroin and cocaine at prices skirting historic lows, according to Criminal Justice Policy Foundation President Eric Sterling, former counsel to the House Subcommittee on Crime.
At a press conference in the Washington offices of the American Civil Liberties Union, the ACLU joined with 10 other organizations, including the National Rifle Association, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, and the Criminal Justice Policy Foundation, to ask President Clinton to appoint a commission that would review cases in which federal law-enforcement officials may have used excessive force or otherwise acted illegally.