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Mon Aug 10 10:54:35 PDT 1998
In a message dated 8/8/98 2:03:12 PM Eastern Daylight Time, JLSatty at AOL.COM
Whether I agree with that or not, I believe the Supreme Court disagreed with
that idea from the beginning.
Probation is generally a benefit to the defendant, given as an alternative to
jail. If you don't want the probation (or parole for that matter), do the
full sentence. >>
Again, it warrants repeating: the woman informed the judge, in advance of any
violation of probation, in an exercise of self-injurious-honesty, that she
would not comply with that term if God told her to rescue again. She didn't
simply nod and grin knowing that she'd be back in a week or two; how many
offenders nod and grin and are back in a week or two? We all know the answer
to that one.
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