Dan Krisch: Nation Paying Millions for Lock 'Em Up Strategy

, The Connecticut Law Tribune


The definition of insanity, Einstein supposedly quipped, is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results. By that standard, our nation's criminal justice strategy belongs in Bellevue.

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  • Anonymous

    And what about mandatory arrest for false accusations of domestic violence?

  • Paul Mordecai Rosenberg

    No matter who said it, doing the same thing over and over but expecting different results isn‘t the definition of insanity at all. It‘s the definition of stupidity.

    And does Dan mean the battle of El Alamein?

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