NYT: The Misuse of Life Without Parole


People make mistakes, and people can change. I’m proof of that myself. Maybe you are too.

http://mobile.nytimes.com/article?a=840494&f=112⊂=Editorial

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Author: Bill

Old guy. Native Floridian who likes to take a snapshot now and then.

1 thought on “NYT: The Misuse of Life Without Parole”

  1. Life without parole should be reserved for the worst offenders including murderers, sociopaths etc. However, perhaps if the focus of prisons were to rehabilitate, rather than incarcerate; and if during imprisonment life management skills were taught, the idea of strictly supervised parole for those folks who demonstrate that they are suitable candidates who can be returned safely to society, might be an alternative to our present systems of over-crowded facilities and the financial burden for the taxpayers.

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