Posts tagged college opinion
Student Perspective: Mandatory minimum sentencing

At the end of the day, the justice system in the status quo sacrifices honest and tailored responses to crime in favor of a lazy and misguided system that legal architects have cited as utter failures and contributors to a culture of incarceration and transgenerational crime.

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Student Perspective: The bail system

The present state and realities of the criminal justice system—troves of people behind bars awaiting trial without any formal conviction, low risk offenders relegated to general population within jails and prisons, the disparate economic impact on impoverished citizens awaiting trial—have taken us woefully far from the Republic envisioned by the Framers.

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