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Old 04-13-2019, 09:07 AM
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Originally Posted by PriscillaVanilla View Post
You don't have to feel sorry for felons, but you should feel sorry for their children and families who did not choose to commit any crime. I know a six-year old girl who sleeps most nights in a truck because her dad (convicted felon) can't get a job. Him being in prison for a couple of years was not her choice. Him being convicted of a felony was not her choice. He is willing and able to work now and that's what should be considered. He was also a non-violent offender.
Again they should have thought about all that before they did the crime .. how will this affect my future?

The man should have thought “i may have kids in the future” & not have done what he did. There are non-felons who cant get jobs who also have kids ...

So, nope
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