Category Archives: The Journey

Two Prison Letters

  To Whom It May Concern:   Society has always held women in a higher standard, yet when we are victimized we become an issue. We’re supposed to be smarter, wiser, more responsible, but what happens when as victims, society … Continue reading

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How Conservatives Learned to Love Prison Reform

How Conservatives Learned to Love Prison Reform

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Meggs: Winston could come “in very near future”

I grew up in a world where law enforcement was depicted by Dragnet and the Defense was characterized by Perry Mason and in a sense that remained by vision till I was about 45 when I moved to Gainesville to … Continue reading

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Woman in controversial Stand Your Ground case out on bond

Woman in controversial Stand Your Ground case out on bond

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Should a split jury be able to recommend death penalty?

Welcome to the stone ages. “…Florida law requires only a simple majority, meaning a 7-5 vote could send Morris to¬†Death Row. Florida and Alabama are the only two states in the country that don’t require a unanimous jury to recommend … Continue reading

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Editorial: Human trafficking thrives in Florida

There are three points coming out of this that stagger the mind or my mind at least. 1. ¬†‘…The subject was Florida’s status as the American state with the third-highest number of child prostitutes. Unfortunately, many of those girls remain … Continue reading

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International ‘war’ on illegal drugs is failing to curb supply

My favorite DVD set is by Ken Burns called Prohibition. This is well done and well researched and its very lessons are lost to the world. All of the forces that were at play in that led to and maintained … Continue reading

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