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reoffend

to commit another offence.
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The use of recidivism risk assessment instruments can only be as helpful as they are accurate; that is, among a group of first-time juvenile offenders the measure is sensitive to the factors that distinguish future reoffenders from non-reoffenders.
Jason"Stokesy" Stokes is a brazen reoffender who is open about his endeavours and proud to be a "one-man crime wave", while drug addict Becky is ashamed of what she does.
REOFFENDER RATE: 67 per cent are reconvicted within 2 years.
In Peterson, the DOC records were being introduced to establish the defendant's prison releasee reoffender (PRR) status at sentencing.
Reenacts section 2 of chapter 99-188 which makes clarifying changes to the prison releasee reoffender statute and creates enhanced penalties for repeat sexual batterers.
He could know his fate as early as Thursday if the Disciplinary Committee sits this week and, as the first reoffender under the referral procedure, his ban could be the most swingeing.
But when he got home from Newcastle crown court after admitting assault, Wilson, of Durham, posted messages including: "No remorse, no surrender, 100 per cent reoffender.
In an August 10 letter, he summarized the situation as: "Since this time last year, our workload has been increased by the certification and funding of 36 new judges, by more Jimmie Ryce cases, and by the 10-20-Life and prison release reoffender laws, just to mention a few of the factors.
This point of view was notably representative of the rural responses: 'Assuming that the applicant wilfully committed criminal acts for which he/she was imprisoned, then intentionality is the likely conclusion'; 'If reoffender, then may be classed as intentionally homeless due to the fact he/she has been through the system previously and is aware of the consequence of his/her actions'; 'If someone offends, i.