Allen County Community College Measurement of Correctional Programs Discussion

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regarding second chances, how many chances should one give a convicted felon? Very few people are sentenced to prison for a first offense. Usually, these are individuals who commit serious crimes against another person, such as murder or rape. Sentences are handed down following a pre-sentence investigation, where a defendant's criminal history is researched. What usually lands someone in prison is a history of criminal activity. Most states and the federal government have alternative sentencing programs for first offenders that enable them to avoid incarceration, and in some cases, have their crimes expunged.

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Running Head: SECOND CHANCES

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Second Chances
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SECOND CHANCES

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Second Chances

Felony offenses involve severe crimes against another individual, such as cases of rape or
murder. Felony offenders often get strict penalties and receive longer jail sentences compared to
other crimes in the criminal justice system. A second chance in life can make an individual
become a better person in society. A convicted felon is not an exception and should also have an
opportunity to become good through a second chance.
Felony conv...


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