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Repeat Offenders.....

This is a discussion on Repeat Offenders..... within the In the News: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly forums, part of the The Back Porch category; Everyone agrees_____this has gone absolutely tooo damnnn far! If anyone's son is harmed by one of these released ba$tard$; . . if anyone's daughter is ...

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    Everyone agrees_____this has gone absolutely tooo damnnn far!

    If anyone's son is harmed by one of these released ba$tard$; . . if anyone's daughter is harmed by one (or more) of these cretins, I'm gonna bet they won't want to hear "plea bargins due to heavy case loads and reduced sentencing and early releases due to overloaded state prison and county jail facilities" is why your sons and daughters were victims!!

    retsupt99 got it right: "There's plenty of room in the ground... "

    Would a million-man-march on Washington, DC change it? I'll drive!

    These crims have better protection from punishment than most of us do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CowboyColby View Post
    It is appalling how many convictions one can have on thier record adn still keep getting released. We need to institute harsher penalties.

    Maybe and Eye for Eye
    The powers that be talk about a supposed "3 strikes and you're out" law but obviously don't do it. What we really need is a "3 strikes and you're toast" law, 3rd conviction and they enter the express lane for "ole sparkie.

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    If we actually go back to "Hard Labor" maybe these repeat offenders will reconsider there chosen trade.

    I think a few years of turning big rocks into little rocks would be a major deterrent for these thugs
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    Is it: "Three strikes and you stay in".
    Or is it: really: "Three strikes and you're out".
    It's: "Three strikes and they're out" . . . again.

    What we really need is a "3 strikes and you're toast" law, 3rd conviction and they enter the express lane for "ole sparkie.
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    Not saying this is applicable to these dirtbags...

    The increased criminalization of our society by the passage of more and more laws making activities that were once legal illegal and punishable by jail time or probation is another factor in our stressed justice systems. It is interesting that violent crime has actually been decreasing while our jails become more and more overcrowded. In fact violent crime in 2009 was the lowest it's been in 20+ years.
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    I wish they would let me GIVE them THREE STRIKES just saying ; )
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    I just got word they are shutting some corrections facilities in Colorado down because crime is down and the numbers housed is decreasing. Cuts jobs and spending in the area.

    I think its more that they are getting out early and the sentences aren't stiff enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CowboyColby View Post
    Glockman is right public hangings would deter alot of crime and a dead offender is not a repeat offender. I think some judges should be held accountable if an offender is released then rapes, kid naps, or kills someone.
    IMO that would be the most effective

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    Quote Originally Posted by CowboyColby View Post
    I just got word they are shutting some corrections facilities in Colorado down because crime is down and the numbers housed is decreasing. Cuts jobs and spending in the area.

    I think its more that they are getting out early and the sentences aren't stiff enough.
    In Colorado I could believe that crime is dropping. Keep 'em open and ship 'em in from out of state if they got extra room.

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    You're partly right Chivvalry, things that were once legal are illegal now, but at the same time there are new crimes to worry about. Computer-related crimes, drugs, white-collar crimes. Plus the fact that the population is expanding. The crime rates and percentages may be going down, but that doesn't mean there are any fewer criminals.

    I'm going to say part of the problem is that the criminals aren't staying in prison like they should be. We're letting someone out for armed robbery so they can raise kids in their lifestyle. If you want to stem the tide of teenage gangbangers, stop letting the older gnagbangers raise kids.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paaiyan View Post
    You're partly right Chivvalry, things that were once legal are illegal now, but at the same time there are new crimes to worry about. Computer-related crimes, drugs, white-collar crimes. Plus the fact that the population is expanding. The crime rates and percentages may be going down, but that doesn't mean there are any fewer criminals.

    I'm going to say part of the problem is that the criminals aren't staying in prison like they should be. We're letting someone out for armed robbery so they can raise kids in their lifestyle. If you want to stem the tide of teenage gangbangers, stop letting the older gnagbangers raise kids.
    Not quite true... violent crime and property crime raw numbers are not decreasing as consistently or as much as the percentages but they are also dropping. It shows clearly in the incidents per 100,000 people as well as the raw numbers. While the percentages are consistently lower the raw numbers occasionally plateau or creep up slightly in a single year.

    All those new white collar and drug crimes that are increasingly criminalizing non-violent offenders are causing some problems. Not saying that all new crimes are illegitimate! Just that there are a LOT of them... and maybe some of them make no sense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by glockman10mm View Post
    I wish I could have one day of free rein, a list of wanted criminals labeled dead or alive. I know, I know, I'm living in the wrong times.
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