Michael J. Schultz
Q1: No, would not like to see “The Justice that Works Act” passed because it is unfair and imposes an unfair hardship on both inmates and families.
Q2: I feel both Life without Possibility of Parole and Death Penalty are cruel and unusual forms of punishment especially for a nation such as ours (USA) that wishes to think of ourselves as civilized. The first step in becoming civilized is to stop with these forms of punishment. People, I believe, can be rehabilitated.
Q3: Obviously not all inmates can work – if they are unable (i.e. medically, etc.) But work is good for people and they should be paid a fair wage. Nobody should have to be forced to work.