No Matter How Loud I Shout: A Year in the Life of Juvenile Court - Part 3, A Child's Disposition, Chapter 13, Thirty-One Flavors, Chapter 14, The Dorn Wars Summary & Analysis

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Several boys, one with wild hair, commit several of the most brutal murders in LA county's history. The police basically declare martial law in Inglewood to find the killers, which slows the trial of Ronald Duncan. They catch a boy, Hugh, though he might be innocent.

Peggy puts in for a transfer; Duncan will be her last case. Jason gets on the stand with immunity despite being culpable. He tells his story, Cooper challenges him but it doesn't much matter. Jason seems not to care about the killing and Peggy feels as if she made and deal with the devil.

Hugh's family claims he was in Venture and Hugh was only tentatively IDed; the case looks weak and Peggy has to stop Hugh and the...

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