The number of DNA Evidence that had wrongly accused inmates was a total of 333 in thirty-seven states (“Exonerated DNA”). Inmates that have committed a crime have to take a DNA test. DNA Evidence will prove whether a convicted person is innocent or guilty. There is many unsolved cases due to the fact that DNA testing did not go the way it was supposed to and screwed up the results. Not taking peoples DNA is a major issue due to the fact that many people are wrongly convicted and are put into prison for a crime they did not commit.
Innocent citizen have been placed in jail for no absolute reason. Everyone should have a fair treatment in court. I ask the United States Congress to please put an end to this. We should have an individual authority that’s loyal to the law and knows the laws by heart, other than a judge, in the proximity of the court. This way, whenever someone blameless is being accused wrongly in the court, the person can acknowledge it and report the incident.
In the 60’s the population did not sentence people unless the crime was really intolerable for example rape, murder and grand theft, however in the 21st century people are incarcerated for the possession of drug such as marijuana although some states already legalized and it does not matter how much of it was found on the person if it is of large quantity or even in small quantity. I find this ridiculous for the reason being for those who are incarcerated it goes on their record such that if they apply for a job they will have to state that they have been in jail and this usually risks their chances of getting the job which means they will be unemployed and they will do whatever it takes to make ends meet. This usually means they will upgrade up their crime such as armed robbery or even selling cocaine and this brings us full circle of what is wrong with the justice system In the end, we have to think about how the country looks if we have the highest number of prisoners than other nations. This could be seen as a government that spends too much time cracking down on minor offenses instead of focusing on the bigger crimes such as terrorism or even internet crimes. So, if we do actually focus on improving the society by providing people with jobs then we will not need prisons since the majority of people would have what they
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.
Case Gone Wrong: Anthony vs State of Florida Case No. 5D11-2357 If ever there was a botched case it was this one with inconsistencies on the part of the State being overwhelming. I watched this trial intently and read everything available. The verdict in this case generated an epidemic of outrage throughout the world. I agree with the not-guilty verdict on the murder one and two charges; however, the evidence is not as incontrovertible as some have suggested.
There have also been cases where the NCAA has been too severe with their judgment. Let’s take the incident of Georgia tailback Todd Gurley. Todd sold his autographs for a quite a handsome sum-3000$. Now this is not ethical by all means and does break the rules of the NCAA but what it is not is criminal. Not only did Gurley receive a 4-matches suspension, the NCAA also added 40 hours of community service as punishment.
Prisoners should deserve the right to vote because it is guaranteed by Amendment 15 that all prisoners should have the right to vote. My contention is that Amendment 15 states the right to vote cannot be taken away from people who had committed a crime. Firstly, Amendment 15 is not being applied to prisoners because there are over two million people who are in prison. Secondly, taking away their right to vote after they get out of prison is unfair.Thirdly,it wouldn 't be fair if we got to vote and they did not. All felons deserve to have the right to vote because they are still part of this country and this society.Some people have made several mistakes in their lives that they would love to go back in time to fix everything they did that made
This has led to absolutely no prison advocacy. Despite politician’s best efforts, crime is here to stay. Funding prisons and jails is necessary, but no one seems to want to. American sends people to prison to forget about them, and to punish them. And rather than updating its attitudes on sentencing, policy makers are trying to come up with laws that are outdated, and unfit for modern
No it doesn't because there is no way to justified this barbaric act of terror on human. Anyone can confess to anything when been subjected to severe pain, many have been wrongly sentence to jail term due to false confession when place under torture. United nation refugee agency stated up to 35% of refugees are torture victims. Torture is no limited to on one or group because some were victim because of their region view, race, being at the wrong place at the wrong time or even mistaken in identity. However minority groups having are more likely to fall victim because they are targeted.
The hand you stole with should be cut off after the 3rd offense if its law breaking towards others. I think being sent to jail for life is nothing. If you 're in jail you still free in away, because you still have your life, but someone lost theirs due to someone else 's actions. I think locking up teens for life is not unconstitutional, especially for murder. I think if they