How can we argue that convicted criminals are better able to handle society when released on parole?
We can argue that convicted criminals are better able to handle society when released on parole because they are sort of eased back into that society instead of being thrown back in with no support.
Convicts who are simply released back into society at the end of their terms typically have little to nothing in the way of formal support. If they are lucky, they have family who can support them emotionally and...
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