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This is REALLY going to HURT!. How might you be punished in our system?. Probation Parole (Crimes committed before Dec. 31, 1999) Jail/Prison Fines Death. What is the purpose of punishment?…. Retribution. Sometimes society wants revenge against those who break the law. Retribution (cont).

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how might you be punished in our system
How might you be punished in our system?
  • Probation
  • Parole (Crimes committed before Dec. 31, 1999)
  • Jail/Prison
  • Fines
  • Death
retribution
Retribution
  • Sometimes society wants revenge against those who break the law.
retribution cont
Retribution (cont)
  • For the real bad mamajamas…
  • Some states (34) and the federal government will kill you.
  • Lethal Injection
  • Electric chair
  • Gas Chamber
  • Hanging
  • Firing squad
deterrence
Deterrence
  • The punishment will, hopefully discourage the offender from committing another crime.
  • Also, it will prevent, hopefully, others from committing similar acts.
rehabilitation
Rehabilitation
  • Helping a convict change their behavior so that they may lead a productive life after release.
  • Education
  • Drug and alcohol rehab
  • Anger Management
incapacitation
Incapacitation
  • Physically separate the criminal from society for the protection of ALL.
truth in sentencing
Truth in Sentencing

Offenders that committed crimes after December 31, 1999 are no longer eligible for parole (early release for good behavior).

Under the Truth in Sentencing guidelines, inmates must serve their entire sentence. NO PAROLE!!!

what are the positives of truth in sentencing laws
What are the positives of Truth in Sentencing Laws?

“I believe very strongly in truth in sentencing. The victim knows how many years the person is going to get. The defendant knows…Truth in sentencing is a lot better than un-truth in sentencing.”

Governor Jim Doyle

However, in 2009 the law was changed to allow early release for NON-violent offenders.

what are the negative aspects of truth in sentencing laws
What are the negative aspects of Truth in Sentencing Laws?

Daily Prison Population:

1990= 6,533

2010= 22,171

That’s 374 people per every 100,000 Wisconsin citizens are in prison.

Where does crime take place?

well how much does this really cost
Well how much does this really cost?

$943.1 Million on the state prison system…

$992 Million on the current university system…

Estimated costs of the prison system in 2025……$1.8 Billion

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The Classification of Routinely Prosecuted Felonies

Class A(Life)

1st Degree Intentional Homicide

Class B(40 years/20Years Extended Supervision)

Attempted 1st DegreeIntentional Homicide1st Degree Reckless Homicide

2nd Degree Intentional Homicide1st Degree Sexual Assault1st Degree Sexual Assault of a Child

Class C(25 Years/15 Years Extended Supervision)

Armed RobberyArson of Building2nd Degree Sexual Assault2nd Degree Sexual Assault of a ChildHomicide by Intox. Use of Vehicle (with prior OWI-type conviction)

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Class D(15 Years/ 10 Years Extended Supervision)

2nd Degree Reckless Homicide1st Degree Reckless InjuryHomicide by Intox. Use of Vehicle(no prior OWI-type convictions)

Class E(10 years/ 5 Years Extended Supervision)

RobberyAggravated BurglaryAggravated Battery

Class F7.5 Years/5 Years Extended Supervision)

Burglary2nd Degree Reckless Injury 1st Degree Recklessly EndangeringInjury by Intox.Use of Vehicle

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Class G(5 Years/5 Years Extended Supervision)

3rd Degree Sexual Assault2nd Degree Recklessly Endangering SafetyFelon in Possession of FirearmTheft (> $10,000)Receiving Stolen Property (> $10,000)Theft from Person

Class H(3 Years/3 Years Extended Supervision)

Battery to Law Enforcement OfficerOperating Vehicle w/o Owner's Consent ("take & drive")PerjuryFelony EscapeFelony Bail JumpingFalse ImprisonmentForgeryTheft (> $5,000 but < $10,000)Receiving Stolen Property(> $5,000 but < $10,000)

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Class I(1.5 years/2 years Extended Supervision)

Arson of Property other than a BuildingPossession of Burglarious ToolsOperating Vehicle w/o Owner's Consent ("drive/operate")Theft (> $2,500 but < $ 5,000)

Receiving Stolen Property(> $2,500 but < $ 5,000)

Failure to Support (more than 120 days)Possession of Firearm in School Zone