No matter how loud I shout: a year in the life of Juvenile Court

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Simon & Schuster, Mar 5, 1996 - Law - 399 pages
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At a time when an epidemic of violence has left America afraid for--and afraid of--its children, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Edward Humes takes a poignant look at a year in the life of Los Angeles Juvenile Court, providing a vivid portrait of the children who pass through it.

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NO MATTER HOW LOUD I SHOUT: A Year in the Life of Juvenile Court

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A convincingly reported, profoundly disturbing discussion of the Los Angeles juvenile court's multifarious failings, providing terrifying evidence of the underbudgeted system's inability to slow the ... Read full review

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Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Humes investigates the Los Angeles Juvenile Court--the largest in the country--by telling the stories of five young offenders who have passed through its halls. Read full review


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Edward Humes is the author of eight critically acclaimed nonfiction books, including the bestseller "Mississippi Mud" and, most recently, "Monkey Girl". He has received the Pulitzer Prize for his journalism and is a writer-at-large for "Los Angeles" magazine. He lives in California.

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