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4. Rehabilitation. Society may seek to prevent a criminal from committing other crimes by forcing that person to undergo training, psychological counseling, or some form of moral or social education as to the need for law-abiding patterns of behavior. If 3 4 Part I: Substantive Criminal Law successful, rehabilitation will allow the individual to reenter society as a productive human being. 5. Retribution. Punishment may express the moral condemnation of the community and is a lawful means of avenging a wrong.
S. Ct. 2d 889 (1968), 152–153 Simpson v. Commonwealth, 221 Va. 2d 134 (Va. 1980), 248–249 Texas v. S. Ct. 2d 342 (1989), 10 Singer v. S. Ct. 2d 630 (1965), 285 Texas v. S. Ct. 2d 104 (1986), 307 Skinner v. S. Ct. 2d 639 (1989), 156 Thacker v. Commonwealth, 134 Va. E. 504 (Va. 1922), 41–42 Skipper v. S. Ct. 2d 1 (1986), 304 Thompson v. S. Ct. 2d 654 (1960), 112–113 Smith v. S. Ct. 2d 220 (1979), 201 Thompson v. S. Ct. 2d 702 (1988), 303 Smith v. S. Ct. 746 (2000), 313 Tibbs v. S. Ct. S. Ct. 1581 (1989), 157 Soldal v.