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Why are judges lenient on sex criminals?

Posted in Sex Offenders December 29th, 2009 @ 11:53 am

It doesn’t take a genius to figure out that if someone commits a sex crime, he will probably do it again. However, lately judges seem to be the only ones who just don’t get it. Take for instance a St. Charles, Minnesota man convicted of multiple sex crimes. Even though he is a convicted criminal, a judge granted him a three-day furlough to move some furniture at his motel and residence in St. Charles. While there he assaulted another woman.

This sex criminal, Aric Vernon Wold age 39 is no stranger to sex crime charges. He was convicted of two sex crimes and is facing charges involving a 15-year-old girl. In addition he is charged in Winona County District Court with second-degree criminal sexual conduct for using force and causing injury during a sexual assault as well as fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct for using force during a sexual assault. He was also charged with using a minor in a sexual performance or pornographic work. Back in 2004 he was convicted of fifth degree cirminal sexual conduct as well as in 2009 but was on probation for the 2009 conviction.

Why? Obviously, this man has a history of sexual crimes. He should be in jail, and not allowed any type of probation. Sadly, it seems that judges are the only ones who just don’t get it. How many times does it take repeat offenders to commit their crimes before a judge throws them in jail for their rest of their lives?

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