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PPP I’m someone who has a very strong belief in the criminal justice system. On top of that I sort of have an addiction to it. Anyone who knows me is fully aware of the fact that I spend quite a bit of time watching shows like Law & Order. A criminal is arrested and then the court system takes care of the rest. I personally have a soft-spot for anyone that offers help/justice for juveniles. I can’t tell you how many kids I’ve known that have wound up in jail for things they either haven’t done or have done and are exactly where they deserve to be.

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My soft-spot for anyone that helps children is mainly based on how many people I know who have been to a juvenile detention center just because they were in the wrong place at the completely wrong time. I grew up in a pretty nasty area, but sections of NY are known for such things. A friend of mine wound up spending two years in a juvenile facility because of running with the wrong crowd. One of his ‘friends’ robbed a store at gun-point and since he was in the store at the time (not knowing what was going on up front) he was then charged as someone who did in fact have prior knowledge but didn’t do anything about it. I found that to be completely absurd but there was nothing he could do about it, no matter how hard we all fought for him.

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