Jay Leiderman - Crimes Quotes
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It is fashionable always to cast aspersion upon those that defend persons accused of committing crimes. The viler the accused crime, the more vigorous defense the accused needs, yet, at the same time, the more vitriol the defense attorney will face. I cannot speak for my brethren in the legal community, I can only state that what follows is my own brand of patriotism; I defend those charged with crimes because it is both my duty as a lawyer and as an American. Each piece of resistance to the encroachment of overreaching governmental power is, in and of itself, a victory for freedom.
They're not so good at letting them out. Yes. And that's consistently painful for families, and that's one of the really ugly parts of incarceration. I have a feeling they kind of do things like that because…well, it's one of those things where you don't like it? Oh, then don't come back! So they'll get jerked around so badly that it forms a disincentive to commit any further crimes.