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April 14, 2010

Lots and lots of examples of lots and lots of different kinds of sentencing "white papers"

Though not always called a white-paper, all the of documents linked below are examples of the kinds of policy documents I have in mind for the final class paper:

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Without reading a word, I can tell you the conclusion of every one of those biased left wing propaganda garbage papers. Set free the client of the lawyer, the criminal. They will not say, but the intent is to raise the crime rate and to increase lawyer employment.

None will advocate reducing the incarceration of innocent defendants by improving the appallingly low accuracy of the criminal prosecution by ending all self-dealt immunities of the incompetents on the bench and in the prosecution. Torts would be far more effective in deterring these careless incompetents than policy arguments about shorter sentences. The ending of immunity is for the good of the lawyer. If tors is a substitute for violence, then immunity is good moral and intellectual justification for self-help.

Posted by: Supremacy Claus | Apr 18, 2010 11:58:48 AM

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