- Denver Colorado's governor and State Legislature
- United States of America
The Icmis Program:
Can a person who has been held liable for the actions of another be rehabilitated? If so, why are we, the people, taxpaying citizens, keeping part of humanity, valuable natural resources, locked up for the rest of their lives?
The I Can Make it in Society Program (Icmis) does not take a position that a person who commits a crime should not be punished. Our goal is to make the public aware of this issue within our society. By no means is this program attempting to undermine the laws of our land or its justice system.
Here in Colorado, someone with appropriate qualifications should make the determination as to adequate length of rehabilitation standards for one committed and held liable for the actions of another. Such qualified professional should set forth a guide plan for successful rehabilitation, thereby empowering a trial court with a necessary tool for its discretionary review of sentencing.
Review rehabilitation standards for individuals committed and held liable for the actions of another.
We support the I Can Make it in Society Program (Icmis) and petition for a fairer more compassionate society.
The Support the The ICMIS Program (I Can Make it in Society) petition to Denver Colorado's governor and State Legislature was written by Laniesha Rodgers and is in the category Justice at GoPetition.