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Since it was road rage I don't think she should have gotten away with involuntary manslaughter. I think it should be second degree murder (The intentional, unlawful killing of another person, but without any premeditation). "Whatever the purpose, she chased. She sped. She followed too closely. and she hunted him down," Deputy District Atty. Laura Evans said during the sentencing hearing. Involuntary manslaughter is where you fall asleep at the wheel and run over a motorcyclist - not when you chase them down and rn them over...
 

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Since it was road rage I don't think she should have gotten away with involuntary manslaughter. I think it should be second degree murder (The intentional, unlawful killing of another person, but without any premeditation). "Whatever the purpose, she chased. She sped. She followed too closely. and she hunted him down," Deputy District Atty. Laura Evans said during the sentencing hearing. Involuntary manslaughter is where you fall asleep at the wheel and run over a motorcyclist - not when you chase them down and rn them over...
Yea, that was second degree murder. Sad people are such idiots.

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The judicial system in California is, in my opinion, totally broken. They are concerned with overcrowding and the cost of housing inmates. For this reason and others sentencing is less than what one would expect. I see no reason why our prisons must be air conditioned, provide cable T.V. and allow people to receive costly gender reassignment medications and operations. There is plenty of desert in California where tent compounds can be built for housing inmates. It is my opinion, crime would drop if the accommodations were more difficult and mandatory labor instituted at correctional sites to deter riots and make the site self reliant.
 

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The judicial system in California is, in my opinion, totally broken. They are concerned with overcrowding and the cost of housing inmates. For this reason and others sentencing is less than what one would expect. I see no reason why our prisons must be air conditioned, provide cable T.V. and allow people to receive costly gender reassignment medications and operations. There is plenty of desert in California where tent compounds can be built for housing inmates. It is my opinion, crime would drop if the accommodations were more difficult and mandatory labor instituted at correctional sites to deter riots and make the site self reliant.
Bit that liberal state doesn't want to "offend" anyone. I'm sure Cali prisons have all the accommodations for prisoners that they had on the outside as citizens....and then some.

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The sad thing is that prisoners are treated better than old people in care homes these days. That's the real injustice.
 
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