Law is truth upon judgment; I stand to judge Doris by her actions. The bottom line, a crime was committed. She, instead of serving time, thought of herself to be above the law. Was her punishment fair concerning the crime committed, that I disagree with. In respect, her convictions were not necessarily warranted.
Society as a whole views the common criminal such in the way of impertinence. Bias judgments of others unwise decisions is but only ignorance. I don’t think it to be fair when one is punished as if the crime committed is of more seriousness than so. In the case of Mrs. Doris Drugdealer, when first convicted, her punishment was not equal to that of her crime.
Doris should be held accountable for her actions, yet to send her back to prison seems unrealistic. At the time of the crime, one aspect of prison was inmate rehabilitation, why then should Doris not be given such consideration due to the life she lived after her departure; despite her wrong doings in her escape. That doesn’t go to say she shouldn’t have consequences, Doris should be fined as well as continue in her service to the community.
Personally, I value human nature. The mistakes we make are to teach, to live better lives; it is what we do with ourselves that grant us the right to live in society. Although Doris made a mistake, she pardons her own guilt by giving back what she could. It is human nature to undo what you did to yourself. I have made plenty of mistakes and I have regrets, it is the nature of reality in being human. However, it is my mistakes that brought me truth and understanding I would not otherwise have gained. To say regret is misleading, it is not of regret but of being uneducated.
My thinking is obsessive, inductive mostly. Much like Sherlock Holmes, I asses each aspect of a problem until a conclusion conjured best demonstrates the actions in question; although, to actually conjure a conclusion would be miraculous. Whether to deem a claim to...