I Know What You Did Next Summer

We most often associate prison sentences with a person’s past deeds. But what if the duration of your sentence was determined — at least in part — by the things you’re likely to do in the future? That might sound like a page ripped from the Minority Report screenplay, but it’s actually part of a new program that’s on the verge of implementation in Pennsylvania. Should you be sentenced for crimes you’re likely to commit? Here’s The Marshall Report with an interesting look at the new science of sentencing.

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