JMHACLJ at AOL.COM
Fri Aug 7 17:30:23 PDT 1998
In a message dated 8/7/98 2:22:18 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
gepps at LAW.UOREGON.EDU writes:
<< >If I were a citizen of Georgia, I would feel that I had spent more than
>money housing that woman for the three weeks she had served.
How exactly is this relevant to criminal sentencing?
It may not relate to sentencing at all. On the other hand, as a member of the
Georgia body politic, I would begin by assuming that sentencing options
reflect in substantial part the intentions of that body politic. So why not
ask, how do the people of this jurisdiction feel about feeding and housing for
this length of time someone who's criminal history consists of sitting on a
concrete walkway and excludes any violence or advocacy thereof.
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