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Working with GA DJJ

As y’all may know from my previous blogs, I worked with Georgia DJJ (Department of Juvenile Justice) as a probation officer. I haven’t gone into detail on what my job duties actually were. 473 more words


What Madi missed and the many pictures she is missing from

Family statement released 6/30/2016

Today our family lost our beautiful blue eyed girl with a heart of gold. She had big ambitions, loved music, enjoyed going to Bear Lake with her grandparents, and was a kind and loving soul.  1,000 more words

Criminal And Civil Justice System

Israel arrested a Palestinian after Facebook translated “Good morning” as “Attack them”

Facebook says it automatically translates about 4.5 billion posts each day. With new research and advancements, the technology keeps improving, but it’s not perfect—and its flaws can have serious consequences. 316 more words

GEO student Zack Lindsey publishes in Global Atlanta

University of Georgia School of Law second-year student Zack Lindsey published an article in Global Atlanta about his experience this summer working in Ghana.

During his… 127 more words


Peer-led mentoring program to break cycle of crime & imprisonment

A Therapeutic Jurisprudence approach is multidisciplinary.  It invites us to draw from other disciplines — such as social work, psychology and criminology — to improve the wellbeing of people who are in contact with the legal system. 1,059 more words

Therapeutic Jurisprudence


The original draft of this piece was a comment on how some cases of child abuse get erased or ignored in favor of cases that are of a “high percentage”, furthers someone’s agenda, or are just plain unsightly. 109 more words

Sexual Abuse