Changes to the Rockefeller Drug Laws and What They Mean for You (2011)

This guide explains the 2004, 2005 and 2009 amendments to the Rockefeller Drug Laws, including:

  • the judicial diversion program that gives judges the authority to divert eligible individuals from prison into community-based treatment;
  • the provision that allows certain convictions to be “conditionally sealed”; and
  • the non-jail/prison sentencing options available to judges.
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