It is all after the fact. Which is fine. Absolutely zero prevention. Fine with me. Keeps me in business. It's too bad, because 95% of the folks I see are very salvageable.
As a society, we react to things. We never look at preventive steps, except for our trucks and cars, and we need a new roof, we don't wait til the water starts pouring in.
But as a society we will not look into why things happen, we let them happen and clean up afterwards. This is why I have handled 22,000 criminal cases from June 5, 1979 to May 24, 2008. Keeps ME busy. I just thought there was some way to prevent the crime or to at least be interested in looking into it.
Everything is after the fact and if that is the best we can do as a civilization, good luck to all of us. We need it.
This is my last post on this thread before Kerbouchard calls me a Keyboard Attorney again, as on a thread the other day involving some other controversial subject (what isn't?) (which actually I kind of liked, as people might think I am in some big rock band) :)