Dog the Bounty Hunter’s wife just weighed in on criminal justice reform — do you agree with her?

Noted bounty hunter Duane "Dog" Chapman, right, and his wife Beth from the reality television show "Dog the Bounty Hunter," are introduced in the gallery of the Oklahoma Senate in Oklahoma City, Tuesday, April 9, 2013. They travel to various states to support legislation that regulates bail enforcers and protects the rights of bail bondsmen. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)

Dog the Bounty Hunter’s wife Beth Chapman weighed in on criminal justice reform in Connecticut Wednesday on Twitter.

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Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy’s proposed reform “would eliminate bail bonds for nonviolent misdemeanor offenders and allow 18- to 20-year-olds to be tried as juveniles,” CTNewsJunkie writes.

After visiting a correctional facility last month, the governor called the state house to act on his proposed bill, which was being called “Second Chance 2.0.”

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Gov. Malloy was forced to cede on his policy proposal this week.

Mrs. Chapman called on the “dog pound” Wednesday to get involved and send their opposition to Gov. Malloy.

Chapman seems to be vehemently opposed to the governor’s policy proposal, using the hashtag “#no2ndchance.”

She cited numbers for the state’s judicial branch that shows that majority of pre-trial inmates had prior convictions to harden her case against any criminal justice reform.

Later, when pointed out by criminal justice researcher Lauren Krisai of the libertarian Reason Foundation that research shows states can cut both prison and crime, she clarified that she was not talking about prisons.

The Chapman family owns a bail bonds company in Hawaii called Da’Kine Bail, which they describe as “Unquestionably the most famous bail agency in the world. Serving the Hawaiian Islands and beyond.”

What do you think?

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