Last login: Friday, February 10, 2012
Justice? The system only works if everyone involved fullfills their responsibilties with a minimum of competence. Her defense was more than lacking, it made it worse. Now, we as a community are actually paying the price as well. She seems like with some guidance and education she could be a productive member of society. At the minimum educate young girls on the dangers of the streets and how not to be manipulated by pimps and gangbangers - but instead she sits in jail with little hope.
Doesnt seem like justice at all. Justice would be to get her defense lawyer, or at minimum the state defense lawyers association to start working on getting her out of incarceration and working with young girls.
February 10, 2012 at 7:42 p.m.
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