“It’s very disappointing,” Johnson County District Attorney Steve Howe said of a recent Kansas Supreme Court ruling that could cut prison sentences dramatically for more than 200 violent career criminals. “In all likelihood, it will benefit some really horribly dangerous inmates.”
“It’s very disappointing,” Johnson County District Attorney Steve Howe said of a recent Kansas Supreme Court ruling that could cut prison sentences dramatically for more than 200 violent career criminals. “In all likelihood, it will benefit some really horribly dangerous inmates.” File photo by FRED BLOCHER The Kansas City Star
“It’s very disappointing,” Johnson County District Attorney Steve Howe said of a recent Kansas Supreme Court ruling that could cut prison sentences dramatically for more than 200 violent career criminals. “In all likelihood, it will benefit some really horribly dangerous inmates.” File photo by FRED BLOCHER The Kansas City Star

Prosecutors see chilling result from Kansas court ruling

September 22, 2014 07:39 PM

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