Criminal Justice and the Case of Joyce
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In this article, the writer looks at the case of Joyce. The writer explains that Joyce is a sixteen-year old girl who along with two friends has been charged with assault and fraud. The writer describes Joyce's background and evaluates her case.
From the Paper:"Labeled as an "at-risk child" of a family of six, Joyce's childhood has been described as challenging. At age 14 Joyce was hospitalized for attempted suicide. Like her father, Joyce is an alcoholic. She describes her current state of mind as lonely, helpless and depressed. She currently experiences remorse for having assaulted an acquaintance and is worried about having go "into custody." She appears fearful."
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