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David Safavian: "Justice system must manage probationers more efficiently"

CPAC General Counsel and Executive Vice President David Safavian recently authored an article addressing flaws in the way supervised release is handled in light of disproportionate supervisory release terms levied on a Jan. 6 defendant by a D.C. judge.

The D.C. Court of Appeals rebuked Judge Walton for his overreach in sentencing a Jan. 6 defendant, in what Safavian called "a rare occurrence in our justice system."

Walton’s error underscores the need for reform, reforms that would utilize federal supervision as a means to help reintegration, not impose extra punishment.

"Why should policymakers focus on reducing recidivism?" Safavian challenged. "Because every repeat offense is another crime, another victim, and often another prison term, all of which have tremendous costs in terms of government spending and affliction for victims and families."

Read more of Safavian's insight and about the piece of legislation that could bring about these reforms at


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