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Yeah, it looks like the judge based the decision on that when overruling the lowly magistrate who was tied by statutory legislation.
originally posted by: deadeyedick
The goal still is to punish in a safe environment.
originally posted by: grainofsand
a reply to: deadeyedick
Oh get over it fella, you were almost creaming your pants when my thread and this thread were discussing the sentence at a male prison, then when the judge overruled the magistrate mid thread you start crying your eyes out lol.
The law is the law remember, and the judge made the correct choice as far as I see it, especially when the judge had more information about the prisoner than you or I have.
Unlucky, I know the decision troubles you badly, and for the record I take some pleasure out of knowing that.
Oh, perhaps I wasn't clear enough, 'unlucky' is more of a mocking line to those in this and my thread who supported 'the law' and then the law disagreed mid thread haha.
originally posted by: C84K2
Law is the law, yet law is luckiness/unluckiness? Or what are you referring to as being "unlucky" in all those posts?