This makes a huge impact on these cancer fighting victims life and most likely means a lot to their families also. Finally my last reason is employment for people. If marijuana was legal then jobs would have more workers and would not have to have work wanted signs. People get fired every day for failing drug test and this is stupid and pointless. More workers jobs have the more money the businesses can make.
Marcus J. Paulus 2/14/2018 Plea Paper Plea Paper The plea bargain is necessary part of our justice system. This is because of the vast number of cases our justice system has to deal with each year it would be almost impossible to take all these cases to court each year. Plea bargains give people the chance to reduced there sentence by admitting they committed the crime or a less crime in order for the prosecutor to get a guilty verdict. The plea bargain process is supposed to be introduced to the discussion but they prosecutor and not the defendant. Plea bargain are intend for when the prosecutor has enough evidence to put some into prison they can reduce they charges they are being tried with.
Lastly, if people really want to help the homeless, give money to charities because it will help long term. Most homeless people use the money they are handed on drugs and alcohol, so you should not give your money to the homeless. An article titled, “Help the Homeless- don 't give them spare change” states that 80% of homeless people beg so they can get money and spend it on drugs. Most of these people who are buying drugs and alcohol are getting the powerful drugs such as crack, cocaine, heroin, super strength beers and ciders. These drugs cost a lot of money and are contributing to their addiction which is making it more difficult to get their life back on track.
But we can't stop there, we also understand your smoking addiction because it's a convenient way to lose weight. Nothing is more easier than $8 worth of toxic chemicals running through your veins like cigarettes. Even though you could get a $5-$10 a month gym to workout or simply do workouts at home, we know cigarettes are far more easier to get a hold of. But this is still not ok because finding solutions to everyone's smoking problem is far more important than easy and convenience. Once your smoking problem has vanished (if of course you tried), your body will reward you with so many benefits such as: you having a less chance of getting cancer, breathing will be a lot more easy, less chance of dying, and more people will want to be around you since you won't smell like a gas
It also should have special things that an addict values. Families’ addicts can visit them whenever they want. The prisoners should have a day per month to spend with their families. Secondly, the American government should have proper sentence system by revising cases by the court and a group of doctors. Also, the focus on treatment should be bigger than the focus on being in jail.
• If the age to buy cigarettes and other tobacco products were raised, businesses would be able to recoup lost revenues in productivity and health care costs. Employers across Indiana lose a total of $3.2 billion a year in lost productivity (Indiana Tobacco Quitline,
If the government would anonymously give welfare recipients a drug and alcohol test once a month, then the amount of people who abuse the welfare system would dramatically decrease. If the person who is anonymously tested monthly fails his/her drug or alcohol test, then he/she should immediately be cut from their benefits and should be charged with governmental fraud and with illegal drug charges as well. By doing this, the people wouldn’t have to pay as much money to the government, there would be less drug abuse in the system, and there would also be a very large drop in the amount of welfare abuse in the
With how dangerous prisons are with overcrowding they are just costing more money for providing the medical attention the inmates need. ”There have been any number of reports about overcrowded and dangerous prisons, and while the Commission presented its conclusions and recommendations to the Senate Judiciary Committee last week, it's not clear what - if anything - will come of that,”(Horn). When people get out of prison they are afraid of going back. They don't have a reason to change. Most people don't have a way of even getting a job once there out as stated here, ”I work in a medium security prison in North Carolina that serves young men ages 18 to 25.
The amount of rehabilitation provided in prisons is slowly increasing as more light is being shed on the issue. There is no difference between an inmate and a non-offender seeking treatment but the limitations for inmates to receive effective treatment they need are countless. “Sixty to 80 percent of the American inmate population has a history of substance abuse. Meanwhile, the number of drug-treatment slots in American prisons has declined by more than half since 1993” (Schlosser 54). Reflecting on this, an aspect that stands out is the date of 1993.
There are clear patterns, which show this is the case. A current event that was greatly impacted by this theme was that a ex-cook sheriff detained a drug dealer with 70 pounds of marijuana and then he got the marijuana and gave it to a friend to sell it for $300,000, (Ex-Cook sheriff 's cop pleads guilty, admits to robbing 8 drug dealers, Chicago Tribune, Sep 9. 2015). Legalization of alcohol was another moment in history affecting diverse populations of Americans as a direct result of marijuana. Marijuana is not an important (human theme) because it does not affect people as much a drinking alcohol does.