Rick Cofer, The insightful advocate

Rick Cofer is an established criminal defense attorney in the United States of America. He has been involved in many cases over the years that have helped him develop an idea towards the best practices of delivering justice. In any crime committed, the law aims to punish the offender, at the same time offering a sense of solace to the victim of the crime. Additionally, it also the goal of the justice system that offenders are rehabilitated during their stay in the justice system’s rehabilitation centers and prisons.

According to thenewsversion, Rick Cofer, in a recently published article, provides his opinions regarding determinate sentencing and their eventual outcome on young sex offenders. He is of the notion that the application of determinate sentencing on young sex offenders is not the best solution to solving a sex crime that was committed. He argues that indeterminate sentencing is the most appropriate method of acquiring justice to victims and teaching a lesson to offenders as well as rehabilitating them.

Punishments that have a window for reduction and leniency upon an offender acknowledging their mistakes serve a higher purpose for all parties involved. Discriminate sentencing, on the other hand, advocates for the maximum possible punishment for an offender. Therefore, it is logically correct to state that to obtain the maximum results and the goals of the Texas family law, legal professionals need to apply independent thought while delivering determinate sentences.

Rick Cofer advocates for the application of a holistic rehabilitation system. A system that encompasses all aspects of rehabilitation and spirituality, towards reforming child sex offenders and first degree offenses. He is of the notion that through inculcating proper values into offenders while in the juvenile penal system could prove fruitful towards protecting society and the individual at large. Additionally, adequate treatment of the offenders instills some urge to reform to experience the joy of early release, probation, and or parole for them as enlisted indiscriminate sentencing.

On the other hand, discriminate sentencing reduces the hope of individuals ever getting out of prison and the justice system. Therefore, individuals undergoing discriminate sentences are more often than not less susceptible to reform. Additionally, Rick Cofer argues that the holistic approach of treatment and indiscriminate punishments to a great extent, help to curb cases of recidivism. Studies conducted by the Connecticut criminal justice system and a Maine study exhibited results that under four percent of released sex offenders committed crimes again. Considering that the reviews were conducted over three years upon release of the inmates, it is logically sound to conclude that the inmates are reformed.

In the United States of America, sex offenders are registered. For young offenders below the age of fifteen years, the information is not available to the general public. However, new legislation seeks to make young offenders above fifteen years open to the public, which prompts the question, Will it do more harm than good. Registration ensures that the crimes of the past follow the individual long after their atonement, which conflicts to ensure that young offenders reform, according to Rick Cofer.

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Jeremy Goldstein raises money for the Fountain House through wine dinners

Attorney Jeremy Goldstein was able to raise over $56,000 dollars to an organization that helps people with mental illness called Fountain House. The individual is a part of the board for the organization and was able to raise the money from two dinners. Fountain House knows that mental illness is a very serious matter and helps people with it by securing them employment to secure their future and through the two wine dinners were able to raise the huge sum towards the organization. Jeremy Goldstein was educated at the New York University School of Law with another degree from the University of Chicago and Cornell University. The lawyer has an extensive background and has been a part of huge cases, along with being a part of the Fountain House. The organization has been around for a long time and strives to bring people who have mental illness together and empower them to live their lives through programs and support. They have been successful in getting people with mental illness jobs at a time where many were not working. During the time the organization has expanded with its continued success. The Fountain House was founded in 1948 in New York City to help people with mental illness as over a thousand have been helped through the services provided by the organization. It offers a lot to people with employment, housing, fun events, and more. Members of the organization do a lot of things like attending school and graduating, networking, and having better health. Learn more: https://www.facebook.com/jeremy.goldstein.12

 

As stated above, Jeremy Goldstein is a lawyer with an extensive educational background with degrees from multiple accredited universities. He focuses on matters relating to compensation and situations between businesses too. Goldstein was able to found his own law firm as he worked for a law firm in New York prior. The attorney has been involved in some huge cases between other companies merging like Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, AT & T, and much more.

 

Jeremy Goldstein is on the committee for the American Bar Association and speaks and writes on matters of corporate governance and compensation issues. The lawyer in his free time is a part of multiple organizations such as the Fountain House and was listed as a leading executive compensation lawyer according to Chambers USA Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers for Business.