2002-10-05 / Community

Huhn Says ‘More Needs To Be Done’

Huhn Says ‘More Needs To Be Done’

Kenneth Huhn, the Independence Party candidate for Assembly in the 23rd A.D., this week stated: "New York State has experienced a decline in crime. Our state government passed a death penalty, increased sentences for violent felons and ended work release for violent criminals."

Huhn continued: "New York residents are retaking the street. But more needs to be done. Four steps that I will push when elected are:

Repeal of the statute of limitations for rape and sexual assault.

Legislation to end parole for all convict felons.

Legislation which gives power to tenants and community organizations to go to court to evict drug dealers.

Improved protection of the public from persons convicted of driving while intoxicated (DWI) including:

  1. Permanent revocation of a driver’s license upon conviction for any DWI, which involves a death.
  2. Prohibition of plea bargaining on any arrest for DWI."

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