Justice for drug offenses

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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