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October 30, 2007

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Tina Abrahams

If the sentencing guidelines are changed then retroactivity should take place for those already incarcerated between '91 and '07. Otherwise, what would be the point of stressing the unfairness of the present guidelines. If the present guidelines are considered unfair then those sentenced under the present law should be given mercy (retroactively).

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