Flirtin' with the Monster: Your Favorite Authors on Ellen Hopkins' Crank and Glass - A View from the Bench by Judge John Tatro Summary & Analysis

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A View from the Bench by Judge John Tatro Summary and Analysis

As a judge for fourteen years, Judge Tatro saw the rise in meth-related crime increase dramatically. When he first became a judge, there were perhaps two such cases per month. Currently, a day doesn't go by without at least one individual appearing before him who is accused of committing a meth-related crime. The majority of these individuals are between eighteen and twenty-five years of age. Judge Tatro has learned that meth is powerful and can addict a person after just one use. It also plays havoc with their physical appearance. Their teeth can turn black and even fall out. The allure of the drug is the pleasure the user gains from the large amount of dopamine that it releases in the brain.

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