Reply To: SCOTUS Denies to Hear Muniz



I would definitely argue it shows the legisture’s intent. However, I am concerned if the “Oh, we only want the worse one’s argument.” It splits the community and give them a “poster child” that no one can defend. “How can you saw this guy who did “x” “x” and “x” deverses to be free?” Simple, once you have finished your time whether inside or inside and parole, or stright probation, you have the right to move on with your life. I don’t care what you did. Once you finish your time, that is it.

Do any of you walk up to your kids, smack them, and when they ask what that was for, you say “That is for the cookie you stole 3 years ago, and for the cookie you are going to steal in another 3 years? No, of course not. Once you are done, you are done.