Yesterday, WDHN took an up-close and local look at how letter violent offenders out on bond affects people all across the country. Today WDHN`s Havonnah Johnson brings us part two of her series, "Career Criminals-Out on Bond". This time she interviews the criminals themselves...criminals who have learned their lesson and gained a new lease on life. (Havonnah, quote). "`If you let me out, I may do it again`...that is what Keegan Nordman said to the Judge after he was caught on surveillance, fondling a minor at a local Walmart. But many offenders, actually make an admission as honest as Nordmon`s. District Attorney Doug Valeska says, almost none. Repeat offenders who unlike Nordman, turn their lives around for the better, and they do this through Houston County`s Community Corrections Program. This program is designed for non-violent offenders, and although the DA supports the program and is proud of its accomplishments, he says violent repeat offenders do have a harder time rehablitating themselves." end quote.
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