There Is Another Way: How Full Investment in Problem-Solving Courts, Sentencing Reform and Public Defense Is Critical to Addressing Georgia’s Incarceration Crisis

This Southern Center for Human Rights report presents a number of recommendations to address Georgia’s high rate of residents under correctional control, including reduction or elimination of incarceration for technical probation violations (as well as suggestions for addressing probation supervision fees and fines), expansion of problem-solving courts, and greater investment in reentry planning.

There Is Another Way: How Full Investment in Problem-Solving Courts, Sentencing Reform and Public Defense Is Critical to Addressing Georgia’s Incarceration Crisis