Punishment for Crimes

Punishment for a crime can consist of any combination of punitive labor, therapeutic or isolative incarceration, probation, and publishing of conviction, and cannot include any other punishment. Publishing of conviction is always a component of punishment for a crime, and voter cancellation of a sentence does not cancel this publication, though the cancellation must itself be published, and must be a component of any current or subsequent publication of conviction.



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