''C'' Like Charlie

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Xlibris US, Sep 10, 2010 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 100 pages
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My name is Joey Khalil and this is my memoir. This book is an examination of how the legal system handles minors who have been convicted of crimes involving alcohol. The legal consequences of underage drinking are extremely different from state to state. In my home state, Michigan, MIPs (Minors in Possession) are very common, especially at the main universities throughout the state. Though MIP is in every student's vocabulary, and, if I may say so myself, ineffective the probation conditions really are. Even if the stated purpose of probation is to protect minors from the dangers of alcohol, a closer look at the probation system will show that the well-being of the public is actually a much lower priority than the money incurred by the state as a result of probation.

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Thsi bokk is a very good look inside a young man's life while he's trying to clear his name. He shows us how the goverment only cares about the money and how he lived through his rough time. I truly injoyed this book and strongly recomend it.

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