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Old 11-09-2018, 10:33 AM   #31
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IMO that is what we want. We can do better with juveniles than putting them into a detention center. That shit is crazy.
You want juveniles running loose who were arrested on armed robbery to be set free?

Its amazing where some see criminals as the victims.

So any concern for the victims of the crimes? And who needs laws right?
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Old 11-09-2018, 10:46 AM   #32
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No where did I say we don't hold those that commit crimes accountable. It is not about not penalizing criminals. We are failing as a society to provide food security, quality of life, proper education the list can go on. But sticking 13-17 year olds that lack executive functioning into prison is not the solution. That leads them on a pathway in which they will be unable to assume adult roles. Then we keep paying for this shit over and over.
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Old 11-09-2018, 09:52 PM   #33
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No where did I say we don't hold those that commit crimes accountable. It is not about not penalizing criminals. We are failing as a society to provide food security, quality of life, proper education the list can go on. But sticking 13-17 year olds that lack executive functioning into prison is not the solution. That leads them on a pathway in which they will be unable to assume adult roles. Then we keep paying for this shit over and over.
Your reasons and the ex judge's reasons are completely different.
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Old 11-10-2018, 04:48 PM   #34
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No where did I say we don't hold those that commit crimes accountable. It is not about not penalizing criminals. We are failing as a society to provide food security, quality of life, proper education the list can go on. But sticking 13-17 year olds that lack executive functioning into prison is not the solution. That leads them on a pathway in which they will be unable to assume adult roles. Then we keep paying for this shit over and over.
Idk, I'm in a gray area on this. It's one thing if it's something simple like a weed charge, I mean at most that should just be a simple fine and move on. But violent crimes should def. be locked up imo, if you want to redefine criminal justice so offenders get rehabbed instead of spending decades behind bars I'm fine with that, but that would require an adjustment to the system as a whole. Aka more emphasis on rehab, and education, and less on "stick them in a box until they're done serving time." Until that happens, I'm fine with keeping violent offenders behind bars.
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Old 11-10-2018, 04:50 PM   #35
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Your reasons and the ex judge's reasons are completely different.
Also this. The judge released them not because he thinks the justice system needs reform, he released them because quote unquote "the Dems are going to do that anyway." FOH with that bs, violent offenders can stay locked up for all I care. Aggravated robbery isn't some innocent charge where there's no victim.
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