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  1. Lawmakers look to reform criminal sentences after Issue 1 failure
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A final report will make recommendations for lawmakers to consider in Nearly 60 percent of all felony sentences in Ohio are for drug and property crimes, according to the Council of State Governments analysis of Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation and Identification data. Obhof and Smith chafed at the assertion that the Ohio Legislature has failed to address criminal justice reforms. In the past two years, Ohio made more changes to criminal sentencing laws and expanded programs that allow offenders to side step prison time if they go to drug treatment.

Lawmakers look to reform criminal sentences after Issue 1 failure

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Sign up here. Generally, a relapse into addiction will not mean prison time. A final report will make recommendations for lawmakers to consider in Nearly 60 percent of all felony sentences in Ohio are for drug and property crimes, according to the Council of State Governments analysis of Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation and Identification data.


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  • Obhof and Smith chafed at the assertion that the Ohio Legislature has failed to address criminal justice reforms. In the past two years, Ohio made more changes to criminal sentencing laws and expanded programs that allow offenders to side step prison time if they go to drug treatment.

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