The repressed effort of a man’s freedom: By Terry Little

For many years many inmates strove to implement their argumnets of freedom through the many processes of judicial procedures, and many of those efforts have been constrained by the arbitrary pocesses of irrelevent or ignored decision making by chosen arbritrators.
My issue with those whose tenures are judges, whose jobs are to be impartial in courtrooms, is that most of these judges goes on to be congressmen/women, those whose whole campaign revolved around the certitude that they would be harsh on the law; and most have a right to when it pertains to certains issues and cases, however, the statistics of overturned cases are so low, that it exposes impartiality.

Terry Little
DOC #A562207

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