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User Info: AceRabbit

AceRabbit
7 months ago#51
Yeah, we regularly release convicted serial killers and murderers all the time
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AceRabbit
7 months ago#52
KamenRiderBlade posted...
Ampelas posted...
AceRabbit posted...
The trial judge was sleeping with the prosecutor and crucial DNa evidence was not tested. With an appeal lawyer who kept showing up drunk if you know the history of the case.

Sounds like some sitcom... And a mistrial

Then the defense should've requested that the court find a different prosecutor due to personal relationship status between the Judge / Prosecutor.

That would've solved the issue.


His defense attorney at the appellate level was a drunk and showed up intoxicated.

You're entitled to a fair trial and competent representation. Period.
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User Info: Relle

Relle
7 months ago#53
KamenRiderBlade posted...
Relle posted...
Giving the state to murder innocent people on the assumption that some of them might be guilty and never reform is not a power I want the government to have.
Letting the politicians / state release a convicted murdered for one reason or another, then said ex-con strikes again hurting innocent people is a power I never want the government to have.

We already have too many cases of that happening throughout history.

So you want the government to hold people indefinitely? Because the reason convicts are released is typically because they've completed their sentence. Are you saying if they've served their time, they should continue to be detained indefinitely on the assumption that they're not reformed?
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User Info: KamenRiderBlade

KamenRiderBlade
7 months ago#54
AceRabbit posted...
Yeah, we regularly release convicted serial killers and murderers all the time

http://time.com/4065359/california-prison-release-department-of-justice/
http://www.sfgate.com/crime/article/California-prisons-have-released-2-700-inmates-6117826.php
http://www.ksbw.com/article/prop-57-voters-approve-early-inmate-release/8261536
http://www.cw6sandiego.com/whittier-police-chief-takes-aim-california-laws-allowed-early-release-convicted-criminals/
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User Info: KamenRiderBlade

KamenRiderBlade
7 months ago#55
AceRabbit posted...
His defense attorney at the appellate level was a drunk and showed up intoxicated.

You're entitled to a fair trial and competent representation. Period.

Then he should've requested a defense attorny that wasn't drunk.
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AceRabbit
7 months ago#56
Key words were serial killers and murderers.
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User Info: KamenRiderBlade

KamenRiderBlade
7 months ago#57
Relle posted...
So you want the government to hold people indefinitely? Because the reason convicts are released is typically because they've completed their sentence. Are you saying if they've served their time, they should continue to be detained indefinitely on the assumption that they're not reformed?
Some things should automatically be life sentences like murder convictions.
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User Info: AceRabbit

AceRabbit
7 months ago#58
SACRAMENTO — California’s prisons have released 2,700 inmates after their felonies were reduced to misdemeanors under a ballot measure that voters approved in November, easing punishment for some property and drug crimes.


Read your own article.
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KamenRiderBlade
7 months ago#59
AceRabbit posted...
SACRAMENTO — California’s prisons have released 2,700 inmates after their felonies were reduced to misdemeanors under a ballot measure that voters approved in November, easing punishment for some property and drug crimes.


Read your own article.

I didn't agree with the ballot to reduce their felonies to misdemeanors, but it passed despite being on the side that voted against it.
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User Info: AceRabbit

AceRabbit
7 months ago#60
It's almost like Democracy or something.

Also, doesn't seem those guys were serial killers or murderers. You wanna give this another shot? You also want to defend why it's ok to execute a guy who clearly didn't get a fair trial?
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