No Matter How Loud I Shout: A Year in the Life of Juvenile Court - Study Guide Part 2, Softening Up, Chapter 9, The Big Fix, Chapter 10, Sister Janet Summary & Analysis

Edward Humes
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Andre, a gang kid, has found himself reformed by being compelled to help the mentally handicapped at the Rosewood School. Helping a handicapped girl named Miriam helped him to reform. Teachers in the area had put the program together all by themselves.

Everyone now wanted to be a reformer. First there was Judge Dorn, then the governor and finally DA Gil Garcetti, famous for the OJ trial, the Menendez boys and so on. He talked to many of the juveniles and realized they knew how to game the system. When he asked Peggy Beckstrand what he reform ideas were, she suggested lowering the fitness age, altering the burden of proof, and a two-tier system where murder is treated different.

Another attorney at the same meeting, Jim Hickey...

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