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Asked on: 9/04/13, 7:08 pm

If a man is unable to perform what is required under formal probation such as appearences,fines that he can not afford,reporting to a probation office when , more often than not he is bed ridden because of the onset of debilitating health issues that are non curable (congestive heart failure,copd,emphysema,diabetes,ect) and his failure is nothing more than his inability to simply get out of bed. Isnt there a point in law where justice is not served by failing to recognize that the mans life is shorter every day and violating his probation and putting him back in jail for said violation as if it were an act of defiance or disreguard on his part?And he is allowed to spend his remaining time without interfering with threats with the process of law punishing him any longer?

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