Born in 1935, this central individual from the book was in the U.S. Air Force from 1954 to 1958 and served as a bailiff in Superior Court between 1961 and 1969. By 1980, he was serving as a judge in the LA Country Superior Court.
This individual served as deputy district attorney in Los Angeles County in No Matter How Loud I Shout and handled solely juvenile cases. She represented victims and as such usually had a no nonsense and merciless attitude towards perpetrators on behalf of their victims.
This Pulitzer-Prize winning writer ran a writing class for juveniles that led him to encounter the seven children he followed in 1994.
This individual was a juvenile probation officer who was not easily fooled by her client’s natural charm and intelligence.
This compassionate sixty-three year old nun helped juveniles alone in detention know that...
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