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1.

Type of court of jurisdiction

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

2.

State/Country of court of jurisdiction

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

3.

Section of court of jurisdiction

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

4.

Actual release date-day sanitized to 01

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

5.

Sentence comput date-day sanitized to 01

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

6.

Full term expiration date-day sanitized to 01

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

7.

Term in effect in months

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

8.

Commitment date-day sanitized to 01

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

9.

Method of commitment

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

10.

Date sent imposed-day sanitized to 01

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

11.

Offense with longest sentence

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

12.

Sentence procedure code

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

13.

Time actually served

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

14.

Basis for sentence change

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

15.

Offense date-day sanitized to 01

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

16.

Actual release method for releases - Projected for stock

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

17.

Race

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

18.

Ethnicity

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

19.

Gender

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

20.

Date of birth-day sanitized to 01

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

21.

State or country of birthplace indicator

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

22.

State country birthplace

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

23.

Country of citizenship

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

24.

Residence indicator

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

25.

State country of residence

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

26.

Zip code of residence-sanitized

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

27.

Total jail credit

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

28.

Type of law in effect

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

29.

Fiscal year of admission

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

30.

Fiscal year of release

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

31.

Calendar year of admission

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

32.

Calendar year of release

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

33.

Sequential record number

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

34.

BJS detailed offense categories

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

35.

BJS secondary offense categories

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

36.

BJS primary offense categories

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

37.

Commitment less than or equal to 1 year

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

38.

Commitment greater than 1 year

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

39.

Other commitment

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

40.

Other commit greater than 1 year

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

41.

Other commit less than equal to 1 yr

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

42.

Commitment from US District Court

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

43.

Most serious offense

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

44.

Age in years

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

45.

Age categories

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

46.

New law case

Taken from: Federal Justice Statistics Program: Offenders Admitted to Prison, 2004.

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