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How many convictions of DUI could you be imprisoned for not more than 12 months?
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What is the average amount of time spent in federal prison for marijuana offenses?
Federal sentencing acknowledges not only the amount of marijuana, but also past convictions. Low-level offenses, even with many prior convictions, may end up with probation for the entire sentence of 1 - 12 months, and no jail time required. Possession of over 1 kg of marijuana with no prior convictions carries a sentence of 6 - 12 months with a possibility of probation and alternative sentencing. Over 2.5 kg with no criminal record carries a sentence of at least 6 months in jail; with multiple prior convictions, a sentence might be up to 2 years to 3 years in jail with no chance for probation.
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How many people were jailed for protests during the Vietnam war?
There's a difference between being JAILED and IMPRISONED. Jailed can be 24 hours. Not so prison...prison is 6 months to life! THOUSANDS upon THOUSANDS of men and women were jailed for protesting Vietnam from the 60's into the 70's. It could've been an "over nighter" in the can (jail) or for 12 months. For draft dodging men: 22,000 men were indicted for draft evasion. 8,800 men were convicted, and approximately 4,000 men were imprisoned.