It looks like a lot of money is being wasted when someone is sentenced to up to 8 years in prison for stealing a $3.99 bag of shredded cheese.
A life sentence for 0.03 grams of methamphetamine is not the best use of resources either.
A way for defendants to get a somewhat reduced sentence in exchange for information leading to the conviction... more »
Bribery is endemic to our courts, because those persons vested with authority to prosecute judicial bribery are indifferent. They fail to do their job.
In 2003 I complained to the L.A.D.A. that my former stockbroker... more »
All Government Agencies, Representatives, Senators, etc. should by Law, create a Forum, structured by Topics, in which all citizens might post Complaints, Doubts, Observations, Praise or Congratulations Messages, which the Forum´s organization must reply, in Public, in the Forum, in a reasonable lapse of time.
Therefore, ro fight Povetry fight Crime, Corruption and above all fight IMPUNITY.
For issues such as drugs or prostitution or other crimes
a Virtual Drop Box is just what the Doctor ordered.
Just like there is a 911 (national Emergency),
there needs to be a 411 Line with Regards to Tips.
REPORT: (A) Prostitution, (B) Drugs, (C) Crime, (D) Organized Crime, (E) Govt Corruption, (F) Local Police Corruption.
Prostitution is a huge problem... more »
The guidelines used to make suitability/security decisions about prospective employees should be made public. This information should be made available so people are not unnecessarily deterred from applying for DOJ jobs.
I believe most if not all of the president's cabinet along with the supreme court should be elected not appointed. This would prevent the president from rewarding buddies for favors with a job.
Suggestions for improving your process:
1) Allow the "off-topic" portal to remain OPEN. There in no need to modify the process for ideas that fall out-of-scope. The same transparent process will be equally effective for off-topic posts, and for in-house (intranet-based, employee) suggestions as... more »