“Three Strikes” Crime Impact Limited, Group Argues

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Serious crime has dropped at about the same rate in states with “three strikes and you’re out” sentencing laws as in states without such measures, says the Justice Policy Institute, a Washington, D.C.-based organization advocating alternatives to incarceration. Most of the laws provide for life terms in prison on conviction of a third serious offense.
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