No Matter How Loud I Shout: A Year in the Life of Juvenile Court - Study Guide Part 1, We're Drowning, Chapter 7, War, Chapter 8, Juggling Act Summary & Analysis

Edward Humes
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In the wake of the LA earthquake, the Mexican Mafia orders a truce with all the other gangs but they were busy assembling an army. Police patrols step up and they find Carla James under an alias, Sylvia Mercado. Sharon, her PO, nails her and after a few weeks, Humes catches up with her and talks to her. Carla is more honest and talks about the gang being tied to honor and loyalty. She denies that a drive-by is murder because you don't see what happens.

Dorn starts to conflict with Public Defenders more and more. He prepares to publicly announce a plan for reforming the juvenile justice system. Dorn starts to upbraid various attorneys for letting things slide, like not bringing defendants to trial.

Dorn thinks that because the juvenile...

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