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Most criminals are set free once they finish their jail terms. Is the re-introduction of criminals in societies justified?
At least once in a lifetime, people make mistakes and thus deserve different kinds of punishments depending on the level of severity of misdeeds. Many people find it unacceptable to socialise with ex-criminals even if they are reformed after rehabilitation or a sentence. Despite some negative attitudes towards the re-introduction of criminals in societies, setting them free after a punishment is, from my point of view, justified.
A person who has committed a crime may not be given trust, and also socially banned regardless of how nice they are so far. For instance, once a company finds applicants who have been sentenced to imprison, the firm may suddenly turn against them even though they are educationally qualified or full of experiences. This may indirectly thrust them to turn their back to societies and repeat the same or even more severe crimes, and finally are re-sentenced. This vicious cycle might never end.
However, the world could be made a better place if societies threw away their prejudice, and gave a chance to those reformed prisoners. Whether their mistakes were made on purpose or not, those ex-criminals can realise how appalling imprisonment is, and are less likely to get themselves repeatedly involved with any crimes. This can also convince them to prove themselves as better persons contributing more to societies. As for a workforce, they may yield optimum results and be beneficial to companies hiring them. Furthermore, their stories about the consequences of against-the-law actions can be great examples discouraging others from committing a crime.
All in all, I strongly believe that criminals deserve both punishments and chances to reform, and that we should live with present, and learn from mistakes. Turning them down just because of their past misdeeds is similar to reducing the number of decent persons in our societies and the world.