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Posted on June 8th, 2012, by

Group-1 questions 1.            Which kind of sentencing – indeterminate or determinate sentencing – aligns more with the juvenile justice philosophy of fairness? Why? On comparing indeterminate and determinate sentencing, it is necessary to point out that, at first glance determinate sentencing seems to be quite fair and corresponds to the juvenile justice philosophy of fairness. Unquestionably, determinate sentencing set the general rules for all juveniles who have committed crimes. Consequently, juveniles that committed the same or similar crime will naturally expect the same or similar sentencing in accordance with the existing rules of sentencing. However, it is necessary to remember that initially determinate sentencing was developed to prevent criminals to commit crimes repeatedly implying that punishment will get more and […]

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