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Public Opinion Supports Jailing Seven-Cent Robber

SodaHead deeo dive a daily infographic 2007 New York Teen Gets Two-to-Six Years KATES OF BERTY for a Seven-Cent Robbery: Bid the Judge Get It Right? CENT Book Him, Danno. ONE 41% Harsh 59% LIBERTY PrTED STA 2007 Fair ONE CEN AMERICA One Man's Change Is Another Man's Dinner -100% It looks like voters who 75% Harsh 76% Fair -90% make the least had the most -80% sympathy for the kid. -70% Well-off voters would be far -60% more likely to lock him up. -50% -40% 25% Fair 24% Harsh -30% -20% -10% -0% INCOME UNDER $25K INCOME OVER $100K The BB and the Damage Done* We looked into BB gun-related injuries to determine why they happen and how much damage is usually caused. Turns out it's better than a poke in the eye. Or a bullet. CAUSE 10% Assault 66% Unintentional 24% Unknown EFFECT 95% Not Hospitalized 5% Hospitalized Onandaga Juvies Prefer Larceny** Anthony Stewart, the 15-year-old who was charged with first degree robbery, is an Onandaga County, NY, native. Of the 4,923 juvenile arrests reported in that county between 2006 and 2010, only 243 were robberies. Odds are even the larcenists were going after at least 10 cents. 5% Robbery 27% Larceny 68% Other *Centers for Disease Control and Preention, 1995 ( **New York State Division of Crime Justice Services, 2011 ( Results taken from on September 2, 2011. Vote, comment, and share at .com O 2011 Total number of SodaHead votes: 1305 ONTED SE CENT

Public Opinion Supports Jailing Seven-Cent Robber

shared by GeeGrl on Mar 23
If Judge William Walsh of Onondaga County, NY, offers you a deal, you take it! That's the lesson Anthony Stewart, 15, learned the hard way. Facing overwhelming evidence that he committed a robbery, S...


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