No Matter How Loud I Shout: A Year in the Life of Juvenile Court - Part 2, Softening Up, Chapter 11, Hop, Chapter 12, Judge Dorn's Solution Summary & Analysis

Edward Humes
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In Chapter 11, PO Sharon Stegall hears that one of her parolees, Dondi, has been shot by some Hoover Crips by mistake. She is distraught and in overreaction locks up one of her other parolees, Randy.

In fact, the probation offices in LA County are a mess and are struggling to handle budget cuts and catch rogue Pos. Reports are late as well, but Sharon finds small successes in her work. Some kdis come a long way. However, Dondi has been shot and Carla is in lock-up.

Sharon finds herself in court before Commissioner Polinsky, waiting for Carla's docket to come up. Before Carla comes out, Polinksy handles the case of "Doughnut" who had been involved in Dondi's shooting. The mother wouldn't believe that Doughnut had anything to do with...

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