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Running head: CHECKPOINT - FULL SENTENCE OUTLINE 1 Checkpoint - Full Sentence Outline Lori J. Babler COM220 September 16, 2010 Rhonda Evans
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CHECKPOINT - FULL SENTENCE OUTLINE 2 Checkpoint - Full Sentence Outline Main Point 1 – The California “Three Strikes Law” is the harshest sentencing law in the United States. 1. In 1994 California adopted the “Three Strikes Law” which provides life sentences for repeat criminal offenders. 2. The purpose behind the enforcement of this law is to ensure that habitual criminals are not released into society to continue to commit more crimes. 3. Since California’s adoption of this law, 23 other states and the Federal Government have adopted similar Three Strikes sentencing laws. Main Point 2- The California Three Strikes Law is an unfair law. 1. If an offender has a record of any kind, that record is taken into consideration regardless of the amount of time between offenses. 2.
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