8%) offenders in the comparison group are recidivist
offenders and 347 (32.
intelligence "suspects, but is not certain, may have engaged in recidivist
activities," Brennan wrote.
Contrary to the congregations' claims that the recidivist
nature of sexual offending was not understood, it is clear from the documented cases that they were aware of the propensity for abusers to re-abuse.
Also, DUI recidivists
are distinguished from non-recidivist
offenders by an increased propensity for family histories of alcohol-and other drug-related problems.
Differences between the profile distributions of the recidivist
and nonrecidivist group were not significant ([chi square] = 1.
accounted for a disproportionate share of that outlay.
Given appellant's unbroken history of violent crime, we cannot find this case to be one of the admittedly rare ones in which the recidivist
sentence is unconstitutional,'' the appeals court said.
Although there is no single factor underlying aggressive behavior in children, my own 30-plus years looking into the relationship between excessive parental discipline and delinquency has convinced me that the violent, recidivist
, male juvenile delinquent who was not raised on the belt, board, cord, or fist is nonexistent.
Since many name companies are recidivist
law-breakers, they could be in jeopardy if charter revocation--or being put in trusteeship until reforms are made--became a real option.
Now we learn that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), which has been placed under Homeland Security's umbrella, has hired recidivist
criminals to work as disaster-relief inspectors.
Reading this biography, I saw two Mortons: the urbane, charming, witty writer of some 39 travel books, and his alter ego, Harry Morton, pro-Nazi, pro-Fascist, anti-democratic, anti-semitic, racist, sexual recidivist
They hope to obtain longer sentences for recidivist
offenders to keep them out of circulation for as long as possible.