1. A murderer, who experienced years of abuse at the hands of his victim, finally “snapped” and killed his girlfriend. Should this offender be considered for a sentence of community supervision?  Why or why not?  In addition to providing justification with resources, detail two factors you took into consideration in determining whether or not they should receive this sentence.

2.  A college student who has no previous criminal record engaged in reckless driving and a pedestrian was killed as a result. Should this offender be considered for a sentence of community supervision?  Why or why not?  In addition to providing justification with resources, detail two factors you took into consideration in determining whether or not they should receive this sentence 

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