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                                                  Legal Critical ReasoningNameInstitutional Affiliation       Man’s unruliness seems to be deeply rooted in everysociety. Despite the firm adherence of the law, some American citizens findthemselves breaking the law. While detaining the law breakers into the confinementsfrom the society may be inexorable, it may not be pertinent as a chastisementfor every criminal. Detachment from the society and family for trivial delinquenciesmay not only lead to individual mayhem but also to national economicaldisturbances coupled with social problems.Incarceration to any human being is bound to makehim or her rethink about breaking the law hence appropriate to enhance loyaltyto the law.

Consequently, inmates in The United States have been rising up toalarming number posing several challenges. Health and ethical issues remain tobe a great headache within the walls of the reformatories as maladies take downsome of the delinquents before their term is over. This suffering indeed canmake one to change any undesired behavior, while at the same time may bepunishing some innocent person who was sentenced.In addition, relatives may be put into infinitepoverty after the wage earners are whisked away in the jails.

Furthermore, somepeople having pre-existing health problems before their sentence may not survivethe jail term, which can be avoided by alternative punishments toincarceration. Young parents are separated from their children denying theinfants a chance to enjoy their human rights of love, care, and affection. Inaddition, first-time offenders suffer the same course as other reprobates.In conclusion, courts need to reconsider sentences accordingto the level of offence. As presented above, other punishment such as fines,community service, restitution, probation among others may be more efficientboth to the society and to the individual as compared to incarceration.