No Matter How Loud I Shout: A Year in the Life of Juvenile Court - Part 1, We're Drowning, Chapter 5, Punks, Chapter 6, Raised by the State Summary & Analysis

Edward Humes
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Luis Santos, known as "Cartoon" will be tried as an adult and left to fend for himself at sixteen with a bunch of grown men. Before he was hauled off, he read his story to Humes's group. One night, Cartoon was trying to express his feelings to a girl, Tiny, but his friend, Payaso, collected him to go on a robbery. When they broke into the house, the men got Cartoon's gun and beat him. They tried to kill him but the rifle wouldn't go off, so they called the police. Luis had been in a gang since he was eleven and now seventeen. He would be tried as an adult.

The evidence before Dorn is clear. John Sloan had met Richard to steal a car. They...

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