Equality for the imperfect

Equality for the imperfect

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Stephan Daugherty Jr. started this petition to Georgia State House and Senate

My name is Stephan Daugherty Jr. and I notice that when civilians make certain bad decisions for the first time they are not even considered for the possible chance of having rehabilitated oneself.I understand the human and know that one has the power to rehabilitate oneself with time and effort.I also understand that we are all susceptible to wrong doing,therefore I believe that a person deserves the chance to be evaluated for his/her possible rehabilitation after having recompensated a specific portion of the debt one has obtained by the criminal justice system.This should be applicable to any offense a U.S citizen has violated when the violation does not surpass that of a first time felony conviction and their time exceeds 17 years incarcerated,then that offender should be considered for parole even if crime is a serious violent felony(Seven deadly sin).We the people of Georgia are not asking that each case is granted parole under these circumstances but to at least be evaluated and considered for parole after 17 years incarcerated for possible rehabilitation.We the people of Georgia believe the parole board to make the best decision of who will be granted parole and who will not due to decades of experience in the criminal justice system.We the people of Georgia know that in the United States it takes 17 years for a person to become a adult and believe that a person can create a new adult after 17 years of being incarcerated,one deserving of parole.The Reformed Adult act is a bill that entails all that's stated above and is wished to be enacted as law.All of those in support of this petition and all it concerns,please sign.

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