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In theory, identifying and incapacitating such offenders early in their criminal careers should prevent a large number of serious crimes. In practice, however, it is difficult to devise laws that identify not just habitual offenders but all those who are likely to commit serious crimes. For example, many laws stipulate that once an individual has been convicted of three felonies , he should qualify for habitual-offender status and receive a lengthy prison term. But in various . states, many nonviolent and less-serious offenses—such as committing fraud , bouncing checks, and even committing bigamy—are considered felonious crimes. The incarceration of those who commit such offenses is, at a minimum, controversial. Another point of controversy is that the availability of habitual-offender laws may unfairly enhance the powers of prosecutors, who can entice petty offenders to plead guilty by threatening to charge them with felonies that would earn them habitual status.


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