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Juvenile sentencing alternatives may reduce recidivism

People in South Carolina may be interested in the results of a new study recently released by the Pew Charitable Trusts. The analysis conducted by the researchers looked at juvenile recidivism rates in states that are using community-based sentencing alternatives as opposed to long periods of detention and incarceration.

The principle of probable cause

South Carolina residents may have heard of the legal term "probable cause." It refers in part to the rights of individuals granted by the Fourth Amendment when it comes to searches and seizures by police or other law enforcement authorities. Probable cause is necessary in searching and seizing property from an individual. The measure of probable cause is whether a reasonable person would draw the conclusion that a person might be about to commit or might have committed a criminal act or that there is evidence of such an act.

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