Saturday, February 25, 2017

Why Are Arrest and Re-Arrest Rates Used in Crime Policy Debates, and Not Rates of Crime Victimization?

Why would the lawyers use a figure that has no relationship to reality, that is so easily changed by order of politicians, and by order of corrupt police officials, all worthless government employees, stealing our tax money?

The reason is obvious. Crime rates are not important. Arrest rates are important. Each arrest means work for three lawyers, the prosecutor, the defense lawyer, and the asshole in the middle, on the bench.

This is about criminal lawyer employment policy and law.

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