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To criminal drunkards

To criminal drunkards

evidence against the plea of "drunk" for crimes committed by persons whilst under the influence of drink.

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Published by Hunt in London .
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This book examines the Inebriate Reformatory system in Ireland, from its foundation in until its closure inand the three institutions charged with punishing or rehabilitating habitual drunkards: the State Inebriate Reformatory, the Certified Inebriate Reformatory, and the Voluntary Inebriate : Conor Reidy.

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Author: Conor Reidy. "The criminal population is composed of many types. It is composed of casual offenders who do not differ to any great extent from the ordinary man; it is composed of juvenile offenders; it is composed of insane, weakminded, and epileptic offenders; it is composed of habitual drunkards, beggars, and vagrants; and finally there is a distinct class consisting of habitual offenders against property.

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John Augustus, the father of modern probation, kept detailed notes on his mentoring of drunkards placed in his care by the court system and following an Attica Prison riot inthe.