Why free criminals?
Monday, December 6, 2010 - 12:03 pm

It seems more and more criminals are being released to the supervision of probation. Many of which are violent in nature, or in need of “drug rehab.” I don’t hear anybody recommending that the probation department should have more staff to deal with this trend. Are we out of jail space again? What’s the law enforcement, correctional & probation agencies’ take on this? I’d like to know. The judge knows which individuals are salvageable. He dealt with many of these people when he was DA. As a law-abiding taxpayer, I’d like to know. What gives?

 

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