Discussion in 'Trials' started by Legally Bland, Jul 2, 2018.
If he does,I bet it will be at the very final hour
He'll be moved into the adult system at age 21, and from then on in the emphasis is on containment and risk management rather than rehabilitation. So he would need to take advantage of the help that's offered to juveniles quickly over the next five years if he's to have any chance of turning out normal. And, frankly, like the judge I already think its too late. Maybe if he'd been caught at the age of ten, but he's too old now.
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