If you have to commit murder, you may want to consider re-locating to the Northwest Territories (NWT) in Canada. Claude Harry, 37, murdered a man but received less than five years in jail despite a record of 21 prior crimes (19 of which were violent crimes).
Harry pleaded guilty to manslaughter (down from second-degree murder) after he killed Angus Kikoak, 45, in December 2009 in an unprovoked attack at a party in a hotel. He punched Kikoak six times in the face — causing bleeding in the brain and the rupturing of an artery.
N.W.T. Supreme Court Deputy Justice Rene Foisy decided that the guilty plea had to be taken into consideration and also gave him credit for double the time in custody. The result? He will be out in roughly three years. That is less than some car theft cases in the states.
Source: CDC found on Reddit.