The sentence I would give Manny is life time in prison. Why I would give him life time compared to his actual sentence is because no man gets of easy. For example when he attacked a family in the neighborhood what did that family do to him. Manny say “If someone hits you, you gotta defend your self….” This family didn’t attack him or hurt him so why did he hurt them. It is not right to let someone get off easy for a serious crime they have committed no matter what age they are. Even though Manny was 18 he should have faced more then 9 years in prison. Even though he grew up with out a father and was raped that doesn't make it right to hurt other people. Manny gave up and let his criminal side take over. He could have left the bad neighborhood he was in but no he decide to stay and now he has to pay for the prices of his …show more content…
Why I would give them both rehab is because they both need to learn not to do drugs and to take care of each other. Marquese’s mother was never there for him she would teach his son how to steal. Also her mother was always doing drugs. Therefore Marquese never got the love and attention from his mother. That is why when he want to go back to jail he felt that in prison people would give him this attention. The attention that his mother could not give him. He was raised in a bad way where he didn’t know from right or wrong. It is not his fault he ended up that way it is mostly his mother fault for not being there when he was in need. He was only 18 and was always in and out of jail if he had a real role model in his life then things would have been so much more different. He had so much potential to be a good person but ended up in a bad family. He should be given another chance at life and give the help he and his mother need. He didn’t even have a father figure to guide him. In my opinion the sentence they gave him is not wrong but I feel as if his mother needs some help
On January 11, 2016, the judge in his case sentenced him to 18 years in prison along with lifetime supervision upon his release. Nichols conviction was based, in part, on his guilty plea of distribution of child pornography. Although his punishment may seem extreme at first, keep in mind that Nichols was on parole, at the time of the second arrest, for a previous case in which he was found guilty of possession of child pornography. As a stipulation of his parole, he was banned from internet use except through written permission from his parole officer, a ban which he openly confessed to violating almost immediately following his conviction. Through his use of the internet, he quickly amassed a large volume of
Catlyn’s parents have been in jail since the beginning of October. Catyln’s grandfather told Catlyn to stay with Onnie. Onnie is the mother to Catlyn’s friend. Onnie found out the parents were in jail two days later on the news; Catyln had been with Onnie since. On 10-19-15, Linda (grandmother) picked Catyln up from Onnie’s home.
Adolfo Davis committed murder at 14 years old and was sentenced to a life in prison. The judge argued that Adolfo had known what he was doing during the robbery. She has a point that Adolfo could have changed his mind at the time of the robbery. Also Adolfo had numerous opportunities to get help and leave the gang. He could have called the police and report his situation.
When the SWAT team and the police come barging through his door and yelling, "You now need to come with us you are being booked in jail," that just isn 't right. First off, if the state is going to come thirteen years after he had received a new life, and take him to jail would force his family to go through more struggles than they already have had. That would make it their fault and therefore he should not go back to jail because the state couldn 't figure out how to book him in jail. Say Mike goes to jail he will be there a nother thirteen years and won 't be able to raise his kids, run his business to take care of the needs of his co-workers, and have a normal life. In the end Mike should not go back to jail because it 's the state 's wrongdoing to not account for Mike and take him to jail.
Reports the Arizona Republic, the son of GoDaddy founder Bob Parsons is charged for a stint in prison for a July domestic assault on his girlfriend. Robert Sean Parsons was 44 years old when he was sentenced on Friday to 4 months in prison and 3 years' ordeal for the incident at his Scottsdale home, though complying with terms of his ordeal could decrease prison time by 3 months, in which he confessed to grasping the woman's throat, suffocating her, and punching her after she faced him about texts from other women. She was admitted to the hospital twice. The Maricopa County said; "We believe that the sentence is appropriate to send a message to the defendant, there are outcomes for his actions.
When he had his family that loved him and cared for him and was always supporting in his needs. He had no experience just off of books about being alone, finding happiness, and outdoors. That proves my point that he messed up and was dumb and not bold he is the cause of his own
Dubbed the Valley Intruder or Night Stalker, Ricardo Leyva Munoz Ramirez famously known as Richard Ramirez, struck fear through the bones of many during his serial killing spree in the mid-eighties. Ramirez killed at least fourteen people in his spree while raping and torturing many more. His criminal beginnings turned to violence in June of 1984 with his first known slaying of 79-year-old Jennie Vincow. Vincow was sexually assaulted, stabbed and ultimately killed in her home. Authorities had not yet caught Ramirez after this brutal homicide, therefore he was free to continue his spree on countless more helpless victims.
Case 1: Nightstalker Introduction: Richard Ramirez was well known in California as the nightstalker, an appropriate nickname due to his 13 counts of murders, 5 attempted murders and 11 sexual assaults. Ramirez was sentenced to death row in 1989 and remained there for 23 years until B-cell lymphoma took his life. I believe California should not have sentenced Richard Ramirez to the death penalty under the condition that he remains in prison for the remainder of his life. This course of action is morally justified because no matter the extent of the crime the risk of executing innocent people and cost of the process is not worth the outcome. My position is a better option than the alternative of being sentenced to the death penalty because my
In my opinion, Mike Rhodes did wrong on robbing the place, knowing that is a crime so now he would have to pay the consequences that the law gives to him. If Mike doesn’t have enough money to pay for the crime he did he should pay with community service that the judge would have decided instead of giving him a bail that is set for $100,000 it would be fair if he paid less and community service he would
In my own opinion the sentence is reasonable, the 25 months and 21 days in prisons will help the unnamed teenager reflect her actions and be punished for her actions and the 6 months under community supervision will give her an opportunity to show that she had learnt her mistakes. The sentences was also not as hash as the unnamed teen had plead guilty and showed some level of remorse towards the victims not to mention she was still a teenager when she commited the
6.) Changes in school: He dropped out of school in third grade and began raising himself. 7.) Traumatic experiences in childhood: After killing his brother and his family abandoning him he was taken advantage of. 8.)
This is an example of crime and punishment. The man committed a crime, and he was punished for it. However, as stated earlier, it is not clear, and there is no clear distinction if this man deserved his