Re: Affluenza Defense Saves Wealthy Teen from 20 Years Behind Bars
But only if the judge allows it.
If you read about this Judge, she was one of those, "Oh, they're all good boys. It's not really their fault," types.
To me it smells like she was on a kickback deal with the "treatment facilities." The attorneys, too.
Society could eliminate this if we just said, "You're responsible for your actions. Period. We couldn't care less how good or bad your parents were, how hard your upbringing was, how poor you were, etc."
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