Saturday, April 25, 2015
One Wilmington attorney, Thomas A. Foley, notes “It could make a difference with human resources if the governor has recognized they they resurrected their lives and has forgiven them.”
Fred Calhoun, president of the state Fraternal Order of Police, however, has a more subtle and sophisticated solution to such basic, undeniable economic problems: “Don’t do the crime.” In sum, eternal personal and State-wide economic hardship are well deserved and, really, the only way, for all criminal offenders, big and small, reformed or not. As the old saying goes: to small kids with big hammers, everything is nails.
See more on pardons in Delaware here.