No Matter How Loud I Shout: A Year in the Life of Juvenile Court - Part 1, We're Drowning, Chapters 3, Nine Days to Manhood, Chapter 4, Judge Dorn Summary & Analysis

Edward Humes
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Chapter 3 begins with Duncan walking free and in high spirits back with the other boys in juvenile detention. He is smiling, laughing and trying to impress the other boys by boasting. Geri thinks he's being stupid but Duncan says he can't be sent to prison. Geri can, however, and feels the injustice of it all. However, when Beckstrand saw Duncan, she was desperate to convict him. She had seen the carnage he had caused shooting two people who he said that he loved in the back of the head with a double-barreled shotgun.

Peggy sees Duncan lying to his parents and feels bad for them. She wonders what they will think when she pulls out the evidence and exposes his lies. Duncan was never abused...

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