Hole in My Life - Section 3: Chapter 3 and Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

Jack Gantos
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Section 3: Chapter 3 and Chapter 4 Summary and Analysis

In Section 3, Chapter 3, Gantos attended his hearing, only to find himself in very deep trouble. Although his lawyer tried to help, the judge was read Gantos' own admission from his journal that he felt no guilt about his actions, but only feared punishment. The judge, therefore, handed down a sentence of 5010B, which even his lawyer had to look up. In the meantime, Gantos was taken by the bailiff, as his father looked on. Gantos realizes now the look on his father's face was one of anguish and suffering, but admits that at the time, he saw only his own pain. When his lawyer returned, he explained that the sentence was a youth sentence, meaning Gantos could do anywhere from sixty days to six years, depending on his behavior and the decisions of the parole...

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