Checkpoint Introduction and Conclusion

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Running head: CHECKPOINT - INTRODUCTION AND CONCLUSION 1 Checkpoint - Introduction and Conclusion Lori J. Babler COM220 September 22, 2010 Rhonda Evans
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CHECKPOINT - INTRODUCTION AND CONCLUSION 2 Checkpoint - Introduction and Conclusion My Introduction: Just recently, a California prison inmate sentenced to life in prison was given an early release. This man was convicted of a crime so minor he should have only received a ticket yet because of the California “Three Strikes Law” he was sentenced based on a prior record completely overlooking the minor offense he was sentenced. While the three strikes law seems to
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Unformatted text preview: bring a decrease in repeat offenses, overall it is racially bias and unfair. My Conclusion: There are many good reasons to be for or against the enforcement of Three Strikes Laws Is it an unfair law? Is it racially biased? Many say yes, many say no. Look at the facts. While everyone agrees that something should be done to eliminate repeat habitual criminal offenses, it is up to the voters and the lawmakers to find the right balance in the law and to make it fair and effective to everyone concerned....
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