Saturday, May 12, 2018

Show-Me Prison Industrial Complex Age-Limit Push Back In Missouri?!?!

Here's a glimpse at even Conservative lawmakers wanting to slow down the school to prison pipe-line. Take a look:

17-Year-Olds Will No Longer Be Tried As Adults In Missouri If Governor Signs Bill

Missouri would join a majority of U.S. states in raising the age someone can be tried as an adult in court to 18 under a bill passed by the legislature this session. Currently, 17- year- olds are considered adults. The measure, which the Senate passed Thursday, raises the age to 18, except for egregious crimes like first-degree murder.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hopefully he won't sign this bill. So, many 17 yr olds, even 16 and younger kill people every year.

Don't do it!!