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Determinate vs. Indeterminate Sentencing
Often in Law Enforcement the question of sentencing is a very tough one. The Sentencing Reform Act of 1984 created the Federal Sentencing Commission; they developed some guidelines for individuals and organizations. There are two types of sentencing determinate and indeterminate, both have their benefits, but the question was raised as to which is a better approach to sentencing for an economic crime.
Determinate sentencing is a sentence of a fixed number of years the sentence isn't changed because of good behavior, or how well they are liked by the corrections officers, if they are sentenced too twenty years they are in prison for twenty years.
Indeterminate sentencing being basically the opposite of determinate, it sets up a range of time to be served by the offender. In this case many offenders get off early because of good behavior or just maybe luck because they make parole. This method is often unfair due to many officers making favorites in the security system and taking revenge on others they personally don't like.
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