It doesn’t require they lock him or her up. It requires they try to resolve the issues at hand. Try to help him rehabilitate. Locking someone up does not do that.
I didn’t ascertain this. It is my speculation. It would be an expert in psychology would would ascertain it.
I am not saying that nor am I suggesting that. Obviously without any repercussion it would increase. I guess what I really meant was
You are certainly entitled to your opinion. May I ask what direct experience you have with the legal system?
This currently happens all the time. Litigation is entirely a different matter.
SO you are saying no one will debate me because my opinion differs from their’s? Hmmm.
Not believing in something is still speaking to it and as far as I know compensation is not part of sytem that deals with breaking laws. That would be litigation.
I have no access and am not going to pay for access for that. All the reports I have looked into have questionable methodology or assumptions, but for this one I can’t tell without access.
Again there are repercussions and I have not seen the evidence.
It is not serving time. Serving time is simply being locked up for a specific time as that is what is proscribed. I am talking about active rehabilitation with no set time.
You are still looking at is as a set time. Current jails and prisons do really no rehabilitate. They lock people up until they have served their time. I am suggesting active rehabilitation until they are rehabilitated.
They simply differ from common opinions and that does not make them wrong.