juvenile death penalty stats

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juvenile death penalty stats

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Unread post by wcrockets » June 4th, 2004, 12:07 pm

^^ Some interesting stats.

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Unread post by NH211 » June 5th, 2004, 8:38 pm

they sentence juveniles to death in juvenile court?
how they kill kids when they juvenile life is only up to 25 years old?
did they have to be tried as adults?

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Unread post by NH211 » June 5th, 2004, 8:38 pm

o wait nm no california

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Unread post by stickupkidakaBIGBANDIT » June 9th, 2004, 11:02 am

See that's a proven fact that the system is f****ed up. See that one kid in pomona can't be given the death penalty but instead he gets 25 to life that's way too harsh.

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Unread post by Invincible » June 10th, 2004, 5:43 pm

If that was your kid that was shot and killed you probably wouldn't think it was too harsh,.

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Unread post by stickupkidakaBIGBANDIT » June 10th, 2004, 7:14 pm

No, because after being an affiliated gangster, you no longer depend on the judicary system to serve you justice and for a matter of fact I would hope they would set the perp free. Then that's when street justice comes in effect and it's all in your hands after that. So, no to your question, because f*** the law.

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Unread post by Invincible » June 10th, 2004, 7:37 pm

so street justice is better than administrative justice? I guess you agree with Alnozo in Training day than and his methods? It's better dead than in prison eh?

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Unread post by NYorker » June 10th, 2004, 8:21 pm

Invincible wrote:so street justice is better than administrative justice? I guess you agree with Alnozo in Training day than and his methods? It's better dead than in prison eh?
Good Point Invicible.

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Unread post by stickupkidakaBIGBANDIT » June 11th, 2004, 8:31 am

Your damn skippy..

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Unread post by samgod » June 15th, 2004, 10:48 am

In a number of states the death penalty has been "put on hold" for a while because the statistics has shown that the courts have been bias. They have sentenced more african-americans and other minorities than whites even though they've had similar cases and then there has been a lot of scandals where the public lawyers have been drunk or absent in court and stuff like that. I can't remember which states or if it was the governor in these states or some federal judges

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