Jim Neely on Crime
Let courts reduce life-without-parole to include parole
Bill sponsorships by Jim Neely:
Source: Ballotpedia.org on Missouri legislative voting record
, Jan 30, 2020
- Allows a court to reduce a life without parole sentence to a sentence of life with eligibility for parole in certain circumstances
1/23/2020: Read Second Time (House)
Requires Amber alerts to include an embedded Uniform Resource Locator (URL) that references a resource on the internet that provides additional information or technological capabilities
1/30/2020: Read Second Time (House)
- Requires lethal injections to be administered in a manner that allows consenting inmates to donate organs: AN ACT To repeal sections 536.010 and 546.720,
RSMo, and to enact in lieu thereof two new sections relating to state executions.
1/30/2020: Referred: General Laws(House)
Death penalty too easy; force perverts to do hard labor
Republican State Senator˙Wieland says his religious opposition to abortion has a moral flip-side; as a Catholic, he believes the˙government shouldn't be in the business of executing people.˙
It's not like Wieland is turning his back on the tough-on-crime ethos. The state senator says serving a life sentence in prison is far worse than a quick death.
Republican Representative Jim Neely, a co-sponsor to the House version of Wieland bill, took that argument to its logical extreme, "The perverts that perpetrate horrific
crimes deserve much crueler punishment than we can constitutionally carry out as a State. Our best legal option is to lock these people away and force them to do hard labor until they die."
Source: St. Louis Riverfront Times on Missouri voting record SB.816
, May 17, 2019
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