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However, there is a more recent history of mandatory prison sentences for repeat offenders.).But such sentences were not compulsory in each case, and judges had much more discretion as to what term of incarceration should be imposed.And if you are bored out of your mind, you try to keep a smile on your face until the end.
The initiative proposed to the voters had the title of Three Strikes and You're Out, referring to de facto life imprisonment after being convicted of three violent or serious felonies which are listed under California Penal Code section 1192.7.
The concept swiftly spread to other states, but none of them chose to adopt a law as sweeping as California's.
Data shows that the laws didn't necessarily reduce violent crime, but instead, in states such as California where a "strike" did not have to be a violent felony, put away more "criminals" for non-violent and petty crimes, dramatically raising the prison population.
The exact application of the three-strikes laws varies considerably from state to state, but the laws call for life sentences for at least 25 years on their third strike.
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You can usually figure out within the first 15 minutes of meeting someone if there is chemistry, a.k.a. Then, you spend the next few dates discovering if you want to learn more about them.The expression "Three strikes and you are out" is derived from baseball, where a batter against whom three strikes are recorded strikes out.The practice of imposing longer prison sentences on repeat offenders (versus first-time offenders who commit the same crime) is nothing new, as judges often take into consideration prior offenses when sentencing.The first true "three-strikes" law was passed in 1993, when Washington voters approved Initiative 593.California passed its own in 1994, when their voters passed Proposition 184 by an overwhelming majority, with 72% in favor and 28% against.Another example of the three-strikes law involves Timothy L.Tyler who, in 1992 at age 24, was sentenced to life in prison without parole when his third conviction (a federal offense) triggered the federal three-strikes law, even though his two prior convictions were not considered violent, and neither conviction resulted in any prison time served.In 1995, Sioux City, Iowa native Tommy Lee Farmer, a professional criminal who had served 43 years in prison for murder and armed robbery was the first person in the United States to be convicted under the Three-Strikes Law when he was sentenced to life in prison for an attempted robbery at an eastern Iowa convenience store.The sentencing was considered so significant that President Bill Clinton interrupted a vacation to make a press statement about it.For example, the list of crimes that count as serious or violent in the state of California is much longer than that of other states, and consists of many lesser offenses that include: firearm violations, burglary, simple robbery, arson, and providing hard drugs to a minor, and drug possession.One application of the Three- strikes Law was the Leonardo Andrade Case in California that took place in 2009.