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lunatik
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Next, the defense team will be crying for leniency in sentencing because it was in their genes! I bet child molesters will get tied into this somehow.

http://www.cnn.com/2015/04/09/europe/sex......dex.html
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They problems always been in their jeans! So don't let them breed.
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Things were never the same after Levi Strauss & Company moved to China.
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It got worse when they found out about Rustlers
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Have no doubt the study is correct - in fact surprised they needed a study to find it out - most people have known families where unfortunate traits are handed down - but letting it influence sentencing would be as stupid as being more lenient because the offender was under the influence of drink or drugs. My inclination when I hear about 'mitigating factors' is that often the sentence should be increased.
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On Apr 10, 2015, Destiny wrote:
My inclination when I hear about 'mitigating factors' is that often the sentence should be increased.


I would like to see that people with problems should alert authorities when they first show signs of inclinations or problems. Then, if and when they get caught, there is a reduction of sentence.

This would allow authorities to keep an eye out or know who to call on once something happens. Failure to alert means full sentences or more.
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Why would someone contemplating committing a crime alert the authorities? If the threat of the full sentence wouldn't be enough to deter him without reporting why would it induce him to make detection of his crime a near-certainty? (Obviously we're talking about someone here who won't be prevented from committing the crime based on moral considerations or else he wouldn't commit the crime with or without self-reporting.)

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On Apr 10, 2015, Destiny wrote:
My inclination when I hear about 'mitigating factors' is that often the sentence should be increased.


I would like to see that people with problems should alert authorities when they first show signs of inclinations or problems. Then, if and when they get caught, there is a reduction of sentence.

This would allow authorities to keep an eye out or know who to call on once something happens. Failure to alert means full sentences or more.
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Would you like to see the report on how the government has changed the public’s DNA?
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