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If its a violent crime. Yes.
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Originally Posted by A. de Tocqueville
If it is a violent felony with no mitigating circumstances whatsoever, probably yes.
But in Goshinland, such a person would be mighty lucky to EVER get out of prison in the first place...
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That's a legitimate argument. The problem exists because we have a justice system that sentences criminals to serve time in prison, but is not designed to bring any positives to any variable in the equation. All I would want to do is take away the temptation. You may not want to leave an apple pie unattended with a fat kid, but you can't bar him from the kitchen for life because there's a chance that he could eat a forbidden pie sometime in his life.Originally Posted by jamesrage
Maybe an option would be to ban a criminal that's released from prison for a gun-related felony access to a gun for a certain period of time. Make the sentence progressive, essentially two-tiered. I think that structured life out of prison with certain limitations would be a better method of rehabilitation than anything the corrections system could offer.
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Yes but I bet the gunnies wont see it that way
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