Sentencing an Identity Theft
Sentencing goals include retribution, incapacitation, deterrence, rehabilitation, and restitution (Lilly, et al, 2007). Retribution requires that the offender suffer for the damage they have caused while deterrence is meant to punish the offender in a manner that is designed to convince him or her not to commit such crimes and to send a message to potential offenders that such crimes will not be tolerated. Incapacitation refers to placing individuals in a situation in which they cannot re-offend while rehabilitation

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