?Many people commit crimes when they are under the influence of drugs or alcohol; therefore their motivation isn?t clear and the risks involved are also not considered. ?A small amount of money or cigarettes is sometimes enough to satisfy their immediate needs, which is often more alcohol or drugs, if there?s an addiction, or food if they haven?t eaten,? Lajambe said. ?Many people who commit crimes are not impacted by the deterrence of being caught or going to jail.
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True, Buzreba’s comments were inappropriate and offensive. Being young isn’t an excuse. But I know many adults who said and did things as teenagers that don’t represent who they are today. IT NOT ANYTHING THAT WE LOOKING TO MAKE A MANDATORY MINIMUM, WE NOT SAYING PEOPLE HAVE TO GO TO JAIL IF THEY ASSAULT A SPORTS OFFICIAL. WHAT WE LOOKING TO DO IS REALLY GIVE THE PROSECUTORS THE TOOLS NECESSARY TO MAKE THE MOST APPROPRIATE DECISION. BUT THE MOST UNIQUE PART OF THE LAW IS A BAN PREVENTING THE SUSPECT FROM ATTENDING SPORTING EVENTS FOR UP TO FIVE YEARS.
Over the past 30 years, a long list of performers, composers and musical groups have presented concerts to entertain audiences in the beautiful sanctuary of Chalmers Wesley Church. Unique to these concerts is the fact that the wooden panel that normally conceals the organist during worship services can be removed, thus allowing the audience to observe the musicians at work and watch their feet fly over the foot pedals. The comfortably padded pews are set in amphitheatre style, and the lovely woodwork in the sanctuary enhances the acoustics.
Channel 3 Eyewitness Sports Reporter Caroline Powers spoke with several of the students across the state on Wednesday who took part in the exciting student athlete achievements.But several Connecticut students decided to don the Huskies uniform for the University of Connecticut. Coach Randy Edsall said he already sees this as a win.”If you have people here in your own state that you determine are good enough and you can keep them at home, that means you don’t have to go further away to attract the talent to come here,” Coach Edsall told Eyewitness Sports.”Hopefully there’ll be another [recruited athlete] next year,” said future Huskies player, Kevon Jones. “Try to be a leader to my teammates and show them the right way to go and hopefully next year we have another one.”Meanwhile, at Capital Prep, the entire school packed into the gym for signing.