Where justice in a traditional courtroom is sometimes inconveniently blind, and offenders sometimes get sent to jail even if their crime doesn’t entirely warrant it, the volunteers for Neighborhood Court take a different approach.
Where justice in a traditional courtroom is sometimes inconveniently blind, and offenders sometimes get sent to jail even if their crime doesn’t entirely warrant it, the volunteers for Neighborhood Court take a different approach. Hector Amezcua Sacramento Bee file
Where justice in a traditional courtroom is sometimes inconveniently blind, and offenders sometimes get sent to jail even if their crime doesn’t entirely warrant it, the volunteers for Neighborhood Court take a different approach. Hector Amezcua Sacramento Bee file