Legislative Reform

Article Two: Legislative Obligation and Reformations

I. “Corrective, Remedial, and/or Alternative Programs” – Legislation must be constructed, promoted, and passed into law that implements new, meaningful, useful, and effective Corrective, Remedial, and/or Alternative Programs as follows:

a. Purpose: The exact and direct purpose of Corrective, Remedial, and/or Alternative Programs is to sentence each and every person who is determined NOT to be incorrigible – as set forth by the processes and mandates of the Judicial “Board of Incorrigibility Determination” – to appropriate corrective, remedial, and/or alternative programs and thereby avoid or limit sentences of incarceration for such individuals, ensuring the best possible “treatment” or “corrective actions” on their behalf that represents the best opportunity at preventing a future determination of incorrigibility.
b. Postulate 1: Every person that is favorably assessed by a Board of Incorrigibility Determination as to the projected likelihood of corrective and rehabilitative influence – that is determined NOT to be incorrigible – shall have the right to take part in a “tailored” program that meets the recommended needs of that individual and that represents the best opportunity at preventing a future determination of incorrigibility.
c. Postulate 2: The effectiveness of appropriate corrective, remedial, and/or alternative programs rests in the scope, range, and nature of such programs. It is therefore the outright responsibility of the Legislative to determine to the very best and highest of standards, the best available methods and processes for determining appropriate corrective, remedial, and/or alternative programs, and otherwise beneficial programs designed to “correct” and return the individual to lawful behaviors. Legislation must therefore be constructed, devised, and produced in absolute cooperation with medical, mental health/behavioral, vocational, and judicial experts.
d. Postulate 3: The appropriate corrective, remedial, and/or alternative programs, and otherwise beneficial programs must be standardized and utilized in the same manner and execution in all Judicial institutions and locations. These standardized and appropriate corrective, remedial, and/or alternative programs, and otherwise beneficial programs are designed to dramatically and directly reduce the number of incarcerated individuals and to “rescue those that can be helped” from becoming incorrigible.
e. Application and Execution of Corrective, Remedial, and/or Alternative Programs: Each Board of Incorrigibility Determination shall determine individual factors of incorrigibility and make Recommendations and Mandates to the Prosecution, Defense, Judge and Jury regarding findings on each case prior to the sentencing or trial phase. These Recommendations and Mandates shall suggest an individual, “tailored” plan of action for participation in new and existing corrective, remedial, and/or alternative programs which best suit the projected needs of each respective case/individual and represent the best opportunity at preventing a future determination of incorrigibility.
f. Plan of Action/Programs Example: A “tailored” plan of action and programs might be any combination of structured participation in medical, psychological, behavioral treatment programs, vocational or educational training, drug and alcohol programs, and/or new and novel “at risk” programs to be developed.
g. Unsuccessful Completion of Programs: All persons that do not successfully complete a tailored plan of action within appropriate corrective, remedial, and/or alternative programs shall be in immediate violation of terms of corrective supervision and remanded as deemed appropriate by the court.
h. Program Eligibility Upon Parole: Those individuals that are deemed by a Board of Incorrigibility Determination to be incorrigible shall not be enrolled in new and existing corrective, remedial, and/or alternative programs until they are parole eligible and are constructing an appropriate and accepted parole plan.
i. Programs Oversight Process: Each Corrective, Remedial, and/or Alternative Program shall be subject to an effectiveness assessment over time and thereby recommended for termination or revision based upon effectiveness findings.

II. Legislative Capital Punishment Reform – Legislation must be constructed, promoted, and passed into law that implements new, meaningful, useful, and effective reform of Capital Criminal Punishment as follows:

a. Purpose: The exact and direct purpose of Capital Punishment Reform is to enact and enforce Federal and State laws that make sense within the objective of criminal deterrence and punitive consideration, and are applied equally, swiftly, and yet serve the public interest of justice and public safety to the very best of human ability.
b. Postulate 1: Current capital crime statutes must be consistent, exact, and clear, and must exist on both the Federal level and State level – with identical statutes – that are enacted and enforced within exact guidelines, in order to be effective.
c. Postulate 2: Every person that is assessed by a Board of Incorrigibility Determination to be both incorrigible and deemed a “predator”, and that has been found guilty by a court of law on at least three (3) separate occasions of predatory crimes of violence shall forfeit all rights to appellate processes and shall be eligible for capital punishment application.
d. Postulate 3: Every person that is assessed by a Board of Incorrigibility Determination to be a “incorrigible” and that has been found guilty of three (3) or more First Degree Felony Crimes of Violence on separate dates or occurrences shall forfeit any and all rights to court remedies or the right to any and all appellate actions and shall be subject to eligibility for capital punishment application.
e. Incorrigible: Every person that is assessed by a Board of Incorrigibility Determination to be a “incorrigible” and that has been found guilty of three (3) or more Capital Crime Offenses on separate dates or occurrences shall forfeit any and all rights to court remedies or the right to any and all appellate actions and shall be subject to eligibility for capital punishment application.