No Matter How Loud I Shout: A Year in the Life of Juvenile Court Setting & Symbolism

Edward Humes
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Los Angeles, California

The main city and setting of the book.

Inglewood, California

A small city and suburb of Los Angeles in LA County where a juvenile court is located.

LA County Juvenile Court

The location of juvenile cases in LA County and where much of the book takes place.

Judge Dorn's Courtroom

The room where Judge Dorn presided and where he implemented his controversial policies.

California Youth Authority

The most severe form of punishment for juveniles without going to adult court. A number of the seven kids Humes followed ended up there.

Gang Territory

The areas of LA county where a number of serious crimes are committed.

Juvenile Detention

The juvenile equivalent of adult prison.

Gang-Banging

The practice of engaging in dangerous gang activity.

Murder/Drive-Bys

Many of the kids are involved in murders. Some involved in the juvenile justice sentence wants all murder cases tried in...

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