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Unformatted text preview: courts are typically not proportional to the crime and have no check against unfair decisions. To conclude, both criminals and delinquents should be put in jail for a short sentence and place them in rehabilitation afterwards. In fact, the National Center for Policy Analysis furthers: the probability of incarceration prevents [or certainty] about twice as much violent crime as the average term of incarceration [or severity]. This empirically proves jail is the best deterrent for crime but over-imprisonment and harsher sentences such as 20 years leads to more recidivism. Afterwards, rehabilitation encourages future prevention of the crime....
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This note was uploaded on 12/24/2011 for the course ECON 1011 taught by Professor Bob during the Spring '11 term at Bob Jones University.
- Spring '11