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  • The sentence was short enough

    The sentence for what Turner did was ridiculously short, and he shouldn't be further rewarded for a sexual assault by then being released early. We need to change sentencing guidelines so that the original sentence fits the crime and the time served stays the time served to not further mitigate circumstances.

  • No, he should not be released after serving only half his sentence.

    For a sentence that was already limited, an early release for "good behavior" seems very inappropriate. Every additional case, especially for sexual assault, that ends with the perpetrator getting a lenient sentence lends to a legal precedent for weak punishments (upheld by all sorts of excuses, such as "boys will be boys"). The time served should be fitting of the crime if legal penalty is to effectively discourage sexual assault.

  • No, Brock Turner should not be released after serving only half his sentence.

    No, Brock Turner should not be released after serving only half his sentence. Sexual assault is a pretty serious issue, and he is getting out after three months. He should be serving the full six months for something as serious as sexual assault. I have not read anything about a deal.

  • No, Brock Turner should not be released

    No, Brock Turner should not be released after serving only half his sentence. He should not even be released when his sentence is over. His sentence does not fit the crime and should be much much longer. He is privileged in that he did not receive the same sentence a black man or a poor man would have for doing a lesser crime.


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