New Vision Organization Inc. at a Glance

New Vision Organization, Inc. was founded in 2004 in an effort to promote consistency nationwide. The courts and penal systems across America are inconsistent in the way they sentence prisoners with their operations, policies, and rules and regulations. First-time offenders of a fatality or a serious offense are given life or life without parole, just like serial killers and terrorists. However, most first-time offenders were leading productive lives before stumbling and making one wrong decision. Many are suffering from some type of mental illness, addiction, or simply making a poor choice after poor associations.

Each case needs to be looked at individually. Every voice needs to be heard, and taking an individual’s freedom is sufficient punishment. Every prisoner deserves to be protected once incarcerated. If we were to think otherwise, we too would be guilty of an offense against fair justice.

We believe that first-time offenders who have never been previously involved with the law and have been given harsh sentences of life or life without parole deserve a second chance at freedom, after serving twenty years. We also believe that once incarcerated, no prisoner should have their human or civil rights severely violated, which has been the case for years without justification or civil rights organizations looking into claims of these violations.

New Vision Organization Inc. is advocating to end life and life without parole for first-time offenders in Massachusetts who have no prior history of violence or involvement with the law. Prisoners nationwide are stereotyped and denied their rights to discuss the circumstances which led to their downfall. In addition, due to lack of funding, many of these incarcerated individuals are unable to obtain lawyers willing to take their cases and truly fight for them.

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