Justice for drug offenses
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The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly presents Justice for Drug Offenses by Jesse Maese, Tirus Smith, Trenton Bullard, DestinyArmijo, Paulina Porras, Miguel Hernandez sidenote: every text is a slide on its own and add subtitles
Jesse-In 2014 approximately 50% percent of inmates, in the United States areincarcerated for drug offenses
Slide with the graph of imprisoned rate
Destiny-26.3 percent of whom were charged with possession of marijuana
Miguel – with a rise in drug consumption in the U.S. Officers are cracking down on possession of drugs and looking towards minority groups and poor communities as main consumers
Slide of percent of minor group targeted for drugs
Trent – In the United States punishment for possession of a controlled substance can range from a few days to 15 years in jail with a fine ranging between $100-$100,000
Ty-However, once inmates are released they lack the guidance to avoid returning to drugs
Slide with graph of inmates that return to drugs once released
Paulina- these people can gain a second chance by getting them help to rethink the choices they made.
Discuss alternatives plans for drug offenders. The success rate of each one. Advocate for the alternativeplans. Include an organization that give small drug offenders second chances. References and Fair UseStatement
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