Probation volume 17, issue 2, P61-61 1971 DOI: 10.1177/026455057101700210 View full text
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John Horncastle

Abstract: One might be forgiven for assuming that the imposition of a fine together with a probation order would produce better results than supervision alone, particularly since a Home Office publication-&dquo;The Sentence of the Court&dquo;-has stated that fines, especially heavier ones, appear to be among the most successful penalties.However, NAPO has previously objected to this practice of combining probation and fine, feeling that the probationer's consent in the making of an order is largely nullified by a simul…

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