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Archives for: October 28th, 2013

Lowering the Prison Population

Written by Moses & Rooth on October 28, 2013

According to the U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics the United States prison population is over two million people.  That is almost equivalent to the next two highest prison populations in the world COMBINED.  I know that as a country we always want to beat China (#2) and Russia (#3) but…Read More

Why the drug war is doomed

Written by Moses & Rooth on October 9, 2013

An article in Forbes by Jacob Sullum examined the economics of the war on drugs.  I have read plenty of articles which looked at the amount of money that the United States has expended in the war on drugs including law enforcement, prosecution, and incarceration.  However this is the…Read More

Federal sex crime registration law needs to be modified: Part II

Written by Moses & Rooth on December 26, 2012

Earlier this week, we began discussing federal oversight of sex offender registration and reporting. Generally, individuals convicted of certain sex crimes are required to tell state officials where they are residing and working. A change in address must be reported to the state. However, some offenders required to register…Read More

Federal sex crime registration law needs to be modified: Part I

Written by Moses & Rooth on December 23, 2012

The federal government has a vested interest in activities that involve the crossing of state lines. For while states can govern a great deal of daily life within their own borders, when individuals and commerce cross state lines, inconsistencies in policies and procedures can lead to inconsistent and other various…Read More

Civil citations may provide model for criminal justice approach

Written by Moses & Rooth on November 25, 2012

A community in Florida has recently announced a measure which may serve as a model for other Florida jurisdictions. For nearly 20 years, the community has been issuing civil citations for non-violent juveniles who have committed offenses ordinarily addressed by the criminal justice system. In a game-changing move, the community…Read More

Are Harsher DUI Penalties Around the Corner?

Written by Moses & Rooth on March 28, 2012

I do not advocate drunk driving.  It is clearly unsafe for the driver and for everyone who shares the road with the driver.  However, a POLITICO article reports that the United States Congress is trying to legislatively coerce states to require the installation of a vehicle interlock device on…Read More