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sanctions, with laws still being on the books against their overt behavior. This problem of many possible charges and a drive on both sides in the criminal justice system to bargain can be reduced, but it cannot be eliminated, maybe especially in cases like that of Aaron Swartz. dizzystar 579 days ago linkIn Re: Richard Branson;One person told me years ago that the problem with drug use is a simple case of society. The way the laws are set up now encourages more drug use because you are a rebel for doing them. In places like Amsterdam or Portugal, you are not a rebel: you are sick. No one wants to be sick. Even worse, criminal defendants will get hit with additional charges. So the choice is, either admit guilt, or we will throw every charge we can at you. Due to weakening of double jeopardy laws, defendants often first get prosecuted at a state level and then can face similar charges at a federal level. The system gives too much power to a prosecutor, whose only measure of success is number of convictions, and who will face no penalty for wrongful conviction. Lost evidence is also a problem, but I think it is secondary. mikenon 579 days ago linkIn Portugal, the panel that oversees non criminal drug cases doesn't have the ability to mandate treatment. It seems that some of them are more concerned with scoring points for their political career than they are with who or what is causing actual societal harm. Of course, that might have something to do with how their incentives are structured. joe_the_user 579 days ago linkYes, in general the defense bar would like a world in which fewer charges can be brought . The criminal prosecution bar would like a world in which charges and pleas reflect the general reality of who is causing societal harm . Seems like you Nike Roshes Womens Black And White

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up enough, and do enough pretrial investigation, to be quite aware of what exculpatory evidence was on his side. He had other channels for protesting about the issues that concerned him, and he had the choice before him of doing what Thoreau, Gandhi, and King did of protesting a law he thought was unjust by publicly accepting imprisonment for it after a trial. Even after criminal law reform, there are still going to be people who think that their approach to solving personal problems shouldn't be subject to criminal Nike Roshe Run White Grey

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are spinning things here. Even if we are generous and say all the prosecutors in the end only, sincerely want to keep all the dangerous criminals off the streets, it easy to expect that they'd want a very large number of charges available so they would have tremendous leverage to force plea bargaining without the inconvenience of a trial a situation which many people would say more or less already exists today. kscaldef 579 days ago linkThe re titling of this article here on HN() I feel misses an Roshes All Black Womens important point that it's trying to make. While we are all affected by the death of Aaron Swartz as a member of our community, when it comes to issues of prosecutorial / judicial excess, hackers are an extreme minority. Most victims of overly aggressive prosecution are disadvantaged racially, socio economically, educationally, and are often addicts in need of medical treatment. Aaron was privileged in all these ways which most people in the grips of our legal system are not; and while his privileges don't lessen the tragedy of his death or the injustice of his situation, they are the reason his name has national recognition at this point. Describing the situation as "Aaron Swartz was Screwed by the War on Drugs" ignores the millions of other nameless, faceless people who have also been screwed by it. It's fine to use Aaron as an example. No plea bargain could reduce that. If I was convicted, I was likely facing the exact same sentence because my damages were so low that I wouldn't normally qualify for any prison time at all under federal sentencing guidelines. So the main reason to plea bargain was to avoid paying an attorney or using a public defender. Do away with the whole war on drugs and legalize them, and you'll have far fewer cases crowding courtrooms. That will in turn pave the way for reform of the plea bargaining process, which becomes feasible once the case pressure is off. SideburnsOfDoom 579 days ago linkIn fairness though, The Economist has argued against the WoD in other articles at length over the years. They may be assuming that the reader knows this, and wish to concentrate on this one topical point of the WoD's corrosive effects. InvisibleCities 579 days ago linkBut how will we keep our private prisons profitable? erichocean 579 days ago linkNot to mention pay for those inflated prison guard pensions? Spooky23 579 days ago linkThat's a great point in reality, alot of the systematic injustices baked into the system are measures taken to deal with the sea of drug cases that clog the courts.

From the end of the article: "A more sensible idea would be to require the state to provide the defence with all its evidence particularly any exculpatory evidence during the plea process, rather than simply during or before trial."There are a lot of pro and con arguments about charge bargaining (determining by negotation before trial what charges will be filed) and plea bargaining (determining by negotiation before trial what charges will be pleaded guilty to, to minimize the uncertainty of BOTH sides about the result at trial). Yes, in general the defense bar would like a world in which fewer charges can be brought, because there are fewer crimes defined by statute, and pleas of guilty are less costly, because fewer charges result in severe sentences. The criminal prosecution bar would like a world in which charges and pleas reflect the general reality of who is causing societal harm (as society currently defines that) without massively burdensome trials. That may be. Failure to do that can result in the reversal of a conviction. But a defendant like Aaron Swartz was able to lawyer Sneakers Nike Roshe Run

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