May 3 - May 9, 2015

The owner of a nationally protected mansion in the UK is facing a prison term for modernizing the home in violation of the law. Does the punishment fit the crime?

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No. It's his home, and he should be allowed to make changes to it. 92%
Sort of, but prison is too much. A fine and complete restoration of the property are more appropriate. 7%
Yes. Even private property owners have to follow the law. 1%

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