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      03-17-2010, 06:16 PM   #25

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yes i think that the system shoudnt acommodate to serve private purposes and insurance fraud shoud be dealt with civil actions instead of incarceration. i dont think this kids should spent time in jail, specially when we all know that rehabilitation wont happen and they are notr a danger to society, i find more reasonable to justify their time in jail because of street racing instead of insurance fraud. as i said before its a shame when criminal law serves private interests.just a thought
Originally Posted by fatjoez View Post
Err.. I don't know why some of you are so thrilled about them going to jail.

America has some of the highest incarceration rates per capita worldwide.
So why should tax-payer dollars be spent to provide someone free accomodation for 3 years, after they attempt insurance fraud.

Jail should be reserved for those who are a danger to society and need rehabiliation.
The legal system today is a joke.
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