Did you maybe mean conviction?
- n. law Conviction again or anew.
- re- + conviction (Wiktionary)
“While I know nothing of the specifics of this case, I think it fair to point out that the known existence of convictions of provably innocent people makes clear the fact that a subsequent reconviction is hardly indisputable proof that the original conviction was correct, but that seems to be the implication of your posthere.”
“Payment by outcomes essentially means that a proportion of the payment, from central or local government to providers, is dependent on achieving specified results, for instance, reducing the reconviction rate among young offenders or finding sustainable employment for someone who has been out of work for a long time.”
“By 2006, their three-year reconviction rate had dropped to 10%.”
“Napo, the probation union, says the £350m cost of imprisoning them would be better and more effectively spent on intensive community orders with a reconviction rate of 34%.”
“The commission bases its recommendations on restorative justice in Northern Ireland, where it has produced lower reconviction rates than conventional court sentences.”
“Blunt is being advised about how to roll out the plans by Victim Support and the Restorative Justice Consortium, which wants 75,000 victims of robbery, violence and burglary each year to be offered meetings, arguing that this would cut reconviction rates by 27%.”
“Smith points to the absence of a punishment block at the prison, and the fact that it has the lowest reconviction rate of any category B prison.”
“Yet the reconviction rates revealed by the Ministry of Justice show that everyone should be concerned about what happens to released inmates.”
“Fourteen prisons in England and Wales, most of which hold short-term inmates, have reconviction rates of more than 70%, Ministry of Justice figures disclosed today reveal.”
“The MoJ figures show that reconviction rates were higher for prisoners who had at one time been excluded from school or taken into care, were homeless or jobless before being sent to prison, or had witnessed violence in their childhood home.”
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