Saturday, December 28, 2013

HapppY New Year

As, we all watch this year comes to an end, and the new one is soon to come. I would like to say Thanks to all that have taken time out to read my blog.

I pray that I have not wasted your time. But have brought ideas and thoughts for change to make life better for all.

It is my hope as I journey on this trip of learning more about the justice system and myself. That I make the changes that need to be made in me to give to myself, family and community the best of all that I have to give. In, both words and deeds. Let my words be truthful and useful as I share my thoughts.

It is my hope and dream that as we all travel on the road of dealing with the criminal Justice system that we take a look not only is justice being served. But the part we play in the system. Are we contributing or a contributor?
The effects having a love one come back home? And being ready if the ties were broken?

In the coming New Year, I hope to bring and support changes. Empower the ones whom need an ear. Explore new ideas for change. As we now witness the many that are getting new trails for crimes that they were found guilty of. But were in actually were innocent of the crime.

Let us all not turn our heads or even try to bury them when we hear a crime has been committed. But find the truth and the real truth and face the challenges that may come along with it. After all it is our self esteem and love ones that are at stake in this challenge.

So a Happy New Year to All! May we learn to accept the things that have gone wrong. Bring change to the laws that are wrong. And empower one and all to stay strong and get through the mess if need be.

Wednesday, December 4, 2013


Speaking with my oldest son the other day was every up lifting and enlightening for me.

It been a while since I have posted anything on the blog. Life got in the way of blogging. Since I do this in my spare time. And that has gotten very spare lately. Job moving me to a new location. Updating myself in the legal justice arena and finding a new love (literally).

But what that phone call from my son, was if a door into my world had open wide and understanding had walked in and took a seat. All the reason why the event that had come into my life made sense. The acting out, going to court, the feeling. All of it made sense. I am where I am suppose to be in life.

These thing happen for a reason not only for me to support others in the walk of shame of being in the position of being a Mother of a felon. But for my son to join me in enlightening others to the plight or fate in  this,life.

My son told me that many give up their right in the criminal justice system because we do not know the language that is used in the court. Or do we understand the sysblomlism of the courts. While there are many young adults that graduate from high school. And many that drop out of school although. The language do not change to address these very facts.

In fact, as I stated that in my last blog about Plea Bargaining. It is the very basic fact the we give away our rights because of fear that justice will not be served and will have the book throw at us if we face a jury. There are many document cases where movies have been made based on these people being innocent and spending a month to several years in jail. And were in fact innocent of the crime that they were accused of.

My son went on to say that he now understands that language is very important especially when dealing with the criminal justice system. You must know and understand what you or your love is agreeing to except in the  plea deal. You Must look up the words that are being used. Fear must not be your companion in this matter.

Such as when one asked, if you understand, just what do that mean? What are they trying to get you or them to agree to, with when asking you if you understand?  Plus be prepared that if you question the process that retaliation might be part of the process to put fear into you.

Monday, October 14, 2013

Pleading guilty and what do it really mean?

It ‘s a well-kept professional secret that no lawyer knows more than a relatively infinitesimal part of the law, nor does any judge. Taken from “How to Find the Law”.


Pleading guilty and what do it really mean?

Well I have finally got over my son catching a case and plea bargaining. So now I am blogging about the experience. So just what does it mean to plead guilty, to a crime? And is there such thing as innocent?
There are three primary sources of the law, statutes, judicial opinions and administrative regulations and adjudications (cited from “How to Find the Law”)
The adversarial system is the two-sided structure under which criminal trial courts operate that pits the prosecution against the defense. Justice is done when the most effective adversary is able to convince the judge or jury that his or her perspective on the case is the correct one. (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
In  a guilty  plea or copping a plea. There are many faucets to the pleading, take for example: charge bargaining, court charging and sentence and fact bargaining. They all represent something that gives and takes away of the charges.  And also whether, your love will spend time in jail or even a chance to be placed on a bracelet.
Yet if your child is innocent why would you or they not fight the charges?
Over the years, plea bargaining, has become means of resolving criminal cases in America. According to” Plea and Charge Bargaining Research Summary ‘While there are no exact estimates of the proportion of cases that are resolved through plea bargaining, scholars estimate that about 90 to 95 percent of both federal and state court cases are resolved through this process (Bureau of Justice Statistics, 2005; Flanagan and Maguire, 1990).
Ex-offenders face tens of thousands of legal restrictions, bias and limits on their rights
This article also points out the collateral consequences of the plea bargain and why it must be repealed. But I will save that for another blog.
Now with this being so; we see why many are plea bargained? In plea bargaining, a defendant is faced with a charge at arraignment.
While being found innocent or being acquitted is, of course, the best way for defendants to avoid jail time and other penalties, going to trial is perceived as risky, because it is impossible to predict what a jury will decide. As a result, many defendants enter pleas (Bar-Gill and Ben-Shahar, 2009)( found in
 Consequently, some believe that without plea bargaining the number of cases coming to trial would remain the same or would be reduced (Bar-Gill and Ben-Shahar, 2009:740).( research). Those who are taken into custody are more likely to accept a plea and are less likely to have their charges dropped (Kellough and Wortley, 2002). More generally, legal characteristics increase the likelihood of accepting a plea, because there is more uncertainty in outcomes for both chronic and more serious offenders.

There is almost no such thing as innocent when plea bargaining you were charged with the crime. Now it is time to pay. Also plea bargaining is made to give you a deal, if you go with the flow.

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

When interacting with the Police, in Wisconsin

FPC Informational Memorandum: Confirmation of Warrants Prior to Arrest
Under Wisconsin Statute Section 968.07, a law enforcement officer may arrest a person when the
law enforcement officer believes, on reasonable grounds, that a warrant for the person’s arrest
has been issued in this state. The information that a warrant for a person’s arrest may exist is
usually obtained when an officer “runs a wanted check” either via radio with the district station
console operator or through the Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) laptop squad computer. The
district station console operator is usually a civilian office assistant with access to the National
Crime Information Center (NCIC), Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB), and local warrant
databases. Once the possibility of an existing warrant is identified through an initial check of the
databases by the console operator, it is the responsibility of the officer executing the warrant to
determine that the subject is the person for whom the warrant was issued. A person can be
identified as the subject named in a warrant by matching various factors such as date of birth,
social security number, physical description, fingerprint, photograph, or other means of positive
Once a person is identified as the subject named in the warrant, it must then be confirmed as a
valid, active warrant with the police agency that entered the warrant into the database.
Confirmation of a warrant is always necessary, since the computer database may not accurately
reflect the most current status of the underlying case upon which the warrant was originally
issued. The existence of a warrant in the database merely indicates the likelihood of a valid
warrant. Authority to make an arrest does not exist until the officer has confirmed the actual
existence of the warrant. If the warrant is issued by another police agency, the console operator
must contact the originating police agency either telephonically or electronically and request the
status of the warrant. The length of time required to confirm the existence of a valid warrant
varies but is typically a matter of minutes rather than hours. Since the majority of warrants are
confirmed as valid, some officers have made it a practice to take a subject into custody before a

Monday, August 5, 2013

Beliefs and Superstitions in the Law

Beliefs and Superstitions in the Law

There are many beliefs in the upholding of the law, of the criminal justice system. Such as if you do the crime, you must do the time. Crime does not pay. Yet there also exist the superstitions that locking up people will put an end to crime.  Couple with the belief that people are bad, not the system Now, if this was truly the case then. Why are there so many new laws on the books on how to lock people up? Since we can no longer convict people and burn then at the stake or cut off their head or hands for misdeeds neither.

 Who questions any of this? Or do we struggle with belief or superstitions when complying with the law.Here is a prime example; my sister got a parking ticket awhile back. But this was not just any old parking ticket that was just waiting on her car to be picked off the windshield of her vehicle.  Plus the place was once designated as no parking because it was a bus stop. This ticket was tucked in the windshield, to the point that my sister’s anger at just leaving work late and unable to settle a job related issues. She just could not see the parking ticket at that time. So, this did not allow her to notice that the parking ticket was placed on her car, until something flew up in the wind and was carried way as she drove off in a huff.

Upon reaching home, she then places a call to find out yes, she did have a parking ticket and the amount of it was troubling to my sister. She was also given instruction on how to pay for her mistake.
Believing that she should pay, as we all do. My sister paid the ticket. This was part of her belief. But it was through getting on her nervous that made her question her actions. I questioned her about “was the spot marked; saying no parking”, were there other people parked there or sign that would have stated park at your own risk? This is what drove her to call and take action on the ticket matter.

The location as she finds out was no longer designated as a bus stop for more than two years. Yet while trying to tell her story to various departments that she called to get some relief to the matter at hand, it fell on deaf ears. She was even told why you paid the ticket then? Never mind the fact that other might have been given tickets for parking there.

However, it was my sister’s feeling guilty because she had broken the law and had to pay. That made her not hold back and see if she was indeed wrong for parking there like some many others. She also stated that she did not want to go to court. Yet after paying the ticket and now wanting her money back, she still has to file a contest complaint. After all she wants to be a good citizen and believes that the laws should not be questioned.
So in closing. Remember that belief are important. Belief in what is right also matters. But belief in something that does not exist that is just plain superstition. There might be a few missed guided individuals. But plenty of the laws on the books should not just be accepted as facts or belief. But questioned to see if the still hold true, and what are they importants and impacts.

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Time of crisis

Just what value is need when in a time of crisis?
I just had a conversation with one of my daughters. I have five. And for me that makes a good balancing point having these various points of views to deal with.

Now what the conversation was about is my PD’s convictions. (By the way PD means precious darling.) Please do not act like you do not have one at your house. It just might be the one that goes to court/ jail all the time. By the way we all have one, two or more PDs’.  But that will be another story.

Well here what happen? On December 5th, 2012 I get a call, stating, “I am being taken into cusdesty”.  A call, from my oldest son, the “precious darling”. Then he goes on to say” I am here at Potawatomi.” Then the phone goes dead. Now I am experiencing some loss, regret and shame all over again.

I spent three days trying to find out where he is and what the charges are.  The security at the casino would not give any information as to the nature of why or what prompted the incident. But saying” here is the number to the police station.”  The outcome is that I find him and someone willing to talk about what the charges are.  I was blown away. After listening to the correction officer list them for me. Then, the officer asked, if I wanted to come and visit my son. My response was “hell no”.  And then I went on to say. “Those charges, does not sound like a political prison to me.”  It is Five O’clock in the morning. However, my PD was facing some serious time as the officer was reading the charges to me.

So, after about six months of court time, my PD is serving some time in the House of Correction. Plus, placed in a drug treatment program. It was the surveillance camera and some drugs that were filmed, jumping out of this pocket, that a guest had reported that he seen because he was behind him.  So as a family we are glad it worked out well for all. He getting the treatment he needs and he is paying for it out of his own pocket. You do the crime. So he must pay, this is my motto. I get a story to tell to hopefully will encourage others to be much more involved with the charges and tickets that loves get.

However, when questioning my son’s attorney, his response was, “Did he deny not having them?”
So here is the lesson. You must do some looking around as to what your love one is being charged with. Ask questions. Keep your emotions in check. Cussing, hollering and feeling bad will not help. But prayers and actions will. Research the laws surrounding the siltation. There some chances that your attorney do not know it all, or even have the time to do the needed research. My PD was facing some serious time as the officer was reading the charges to me.

Businesses have the right to call the police. And the state will step in to prosecute. So in closing, this is what I told my daughter about how the casino should spell out in their rules.
If you are found guilty of this we will call the law to come on our property and have your taken away to the full extent of the law. Surveillance camera is every where. There is a new law for their use. Understand it and what it means for you and your family and, how it will affect the case.

As stated before just what value is needed in the time of crisis. Education and a clear head with the emotions in checked. Owning up that your child did wrong is hard and bitter. I am not pointing any fingers but we need to share and make a change in either the system or our selves.
So by the way, here is what the rules states for that casino: Over consumption of alcohol or use of controlled/illegal substances will not be tolerated.

 But this is where I differ with my daughter , and a attorney, on the rule. Ti should state if you are believed to be guilty of this we will call the law to come on our property and have your taken away to the full extent of the law. Surveillance cameras are every where. There is a new law for their use as evidence. Understand it and what it means for you and your family.

So in closing, as stated before just what value is needed in the time of crisis. Education and a clear head with the emotions in checked. You might be able to get to the truth of the matter. Because someone has been hurt, or suffering and it was action that has gotten them there or was it?
 With prays use action.  Find what will work your and you.


Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Did you know?

Beginning January 2014, states have the option to expand Medicaid coverage to adults
under the age of 65, with incomes at or below 133 percent of the Federal Poverty Level
(FPL) without having to meet disability requirements.[7] For single adults, that is
approximately $14,856 per year.[8] Many people involved in the criminal justice system
will be included in this new eligibility group increasing their access to needed health
care services.
                      By Council of State Governments Justice Center
                            Published: 05/27/2013

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Please check out the US Department of Justice website. It good for anywhere in the USA.

Locate a Prison, Inmate, or Sex Offender
Federal prison facility locator
Search by facility name, state, region, type, and security level.
Maps of federal facilities
Select a region of the map to view facilities in that area.
Federal inmate locator
Federal inmates incarcerated from 1982 to the present are listed in this searchable database.
Dru Sjodin National Sex Offender Public Website
This search tool allows a user to submit a single national query to obtain information about a sex offender listed by name. Users can also search for offenders living in their geographical area.

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Someone might benefit.

If you or a loved one are a federal prisoner serving a pre-FSA crack cocaine mandatory minimum sentence, and you were sentenced in federal court before August 3, 2010, in Michigan, Kentucky, Ohio, or Tennessee, call your attorney and ask them if Blewett could help you. 
 taken from SentenceSpeak.

My son goes to court today, And I can not be with him except in prayers.

Attorney General Eric Holder lamented that "too many people go to too many prisons for far too long for no good law enforcement reason" and that federal mandatory minimums "too often bear no relation to the conduct at issue, breed disrespect for the system, and are ultimately counterproductive." 

Saturday, May 18, 2013

You to can be one. taken from Three Felonies a Day by Harvey A Slivergate.

HypotheticalYou are the parent of a teenage son. You discover illegal drugs hidden in his bedroom. Instead of contacting the police, you decide to destroy the narcotics and punish his transgressions on your own. Unbeknownst to you, the police had launched an investigation just days before. Because you have destroyed evidence in an ongoing investigation, you have just committed an arguable federal felony:

Real-life examplePhilip Russell, a lawyer from GreenwichConnecticut, was indicted in 2007 for obstruction of justice. A church had contacted this well-respected attorney when it found images of child pornography on an employee’s computer. Russell knew that child porn is illegal even to possess (“contraband”) and that holding, rather than destroying it, arguably would be criminal. He decided to destroy the images in the best interest of his client. He didn’t know that the government had launched an investigation of the church employee just days before. For this, he was charged with obstruction of justice, and eventually pleaded to a lesser crime in an agreement with prosecutors. With this same logic, prosecutors could indict parents that choose to destroy—rather than report to officials—narcotics that they find in the possession of their son or daughter.

Sunday, May 12, 2013

Mother's Day

Happy Mother's Day!

To all the mothers and the soon to be mothers and even the one's whom had to take the place of being a mother.
Please take some time for your self and honor all that you have done to get your family and your self this far in life.

Yes, the road can be a little rough at time but you can still hung in there. You might not have know what you were doing but you can get it done. Or know where to go, but you will get there.

So again Happy Mother's Day. Also please find a way today to make another mothers happy on this day. I know I will.

Peace and Love to all.

Monday, April 8, 2013

When, one may be accused of a crime.

When, one may be accused of a crime. Many times there will be charges, in the form of a ticket. That might carry jail/prison time at the sentencing. You will need to be able to read and know what your loved one is being charged with, or the allegations on that ticket or the charges. Even having someone to read them for you will be very helpful. This will be a very stressful time for you to endure. So enlist the help or support of others. And also do something that also brings a smile to your face such as reading a good book, getting a massage. Whatever, will work for you in getting a clear head, so as to be able to respond to the situation as it unfolds and not be stressed out.

 We are also living in a day and time where many of our children can not read. So if this is the case, in which if the accused (your child or love one) is dealing with or plus the prison system, where many discrepancy can happen. This can means, that your love ones may not know or be aware of the charges, or many charges, that they may be facing. Someone must know what that writing says on that piece of paper, and if even, or whether the charges are true of not.

 Based upon the assumption, that many of the attorneys, after passing the bar exam do not keep up with the changes in the law and what needs to be reformed. Yes, they required to do continuing education. We are also now there is the technology of surveillance cameras, social media and colloidal consequences that are the result the consequence that the crime carries. Certain felonies one may not be able to get a permit or license in certain trades. Or be eligible for financial aid, or even to vote. This is just to name a few of the new technology, and rules that have been put in place. Just where does your attorney or public defender stand in possessing knowledge in these areas of the law? This is what put a responsibility and important, to know if your child (ran) has commit or not commit the allegations/charges. Thus, in guarding against the possibility of being framed on charges or a set up, and yes, some of our children do commit crimes. But then there are also the ones where you must ask, are they really guilty? (I know I had to deal with that when I learn that my son had shot the people he was trying to rob, car window out.)

 Not to forget the adage that money talks. Yet, not many times in the legal system. It is not always about getting a private attorney vs. a public defender. But do keep in mind that the public defender is defending the public from your child. As with the lawyer their, place is to defend their client. T However, is some politicking going on behind the scene. Knowing what the charges are and what grounds are for the plea bargain are should lead in to picking the public defender or the lawyer. Also what are the charges and using Blacks Law to find the meaning of the words that are being used in the report and the charges.

Monday, March 18, 2013

National Reentry Resource

Reentry Facts

  • State and federal prisons held approximately 1,598,780 prisoners at the end of 20111 — approximately one of every 107 U.S. adults.2
  • At least 95 percent of state prisoners will be released back to their communities at some point.3
  • During 2011, 688.384 sentenced prisoners were released from state and federal prisons.4
  • Approximately 9 million individuals are released from jail each year.5
  • At the end of 2011, 4,814,200 adults - one in fifty U.S. adults - were on probation, parole, or other post-prison supervision. Approximately 853,900 were on parole.6
  • In a study that looked at recidivism in over 40 states, more than four in 10 offenders returned to state prison within three years of their release.7
  • In 2011, parole violators accounted for 30.8 percent of all prison admissions, 33 percent of state admissions, and 7.9 percent of federal admissions.8
  • During 2011, approximately 12% of parolees were re-incarcerated. Eight percent of parolees were re-incarcerated due to parole violations and revocations, and 3% of parolees were re-incarcerated for new offenses.9

Monday, February 18, 2013

Did you know?

H.R. 62

The Federal Prison Bureau Nonviolent Offender Relief Act of 2013

This bill was introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives by Rep. Jackson Lee on January 3, 2013.  It was referred to the House Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, Homeland Security, and Investigations for review on January 25, 2013.  It is not a law.
The bill would require the Bureau of Prisons to change its good time credit policy to require that prisoners be released if they (1) have served one half or more of their sentences, (2) are age 45 or older, (3) have never been convicted of a crime of violence, and (4) have not engaged in any violation of Bureau of Prisons disciplinary regulations that involved violent conduct.
FAMM supports increasing the amount of good time credit federal prisoners can earn.
To read the full text of the bill, click here.  To follow the bill’s progress, click here.

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

What do these numbers tell us?


According to a study by OJP’s Bureau of Justice Statistics, approximately 7.1 million men and women were under adult correctional supervision in the nation’s prisons or jails or on probation or parole at year end 2010. About 70 percent (4.9 million) of the adults under correctional supervision at yea rend 2010 were supervised in the community (either probation or parole) while 30 percent (2.2 million) were incarcerated in the nation’s prisons or jails. At year end 2010, approximately one in every 33 adult U.S. residents was under community supervision or incarcerated. An estimated 962 inmates per 100,000 adult U.S. residents were incarcerated in state or federal prison or in local jails at year end 2010. (Source: Bureau of Justice Statistics, Correctional Population in the United States, 2010, December 2011)

Monday, February 4, 2013

What are you going to say?

What are you going to say?

Just what are you going to say that day when you are going to court in support of your child/ren or love one?

As we both know that will not be easy for the victim, or for your self. You will have to make sure that you are security camera ready. Check with your local county court house to see the rules that apply to enter the building. Cause, this can only add to the tensions that will already be high. Especially, if this is a crime, that has involved individuals or property. Then the victim may have their family there and also supporters, media for their support.

So what do you say to the victim, the family and or, supporters? You both have been brought together on this chosen day in time. Being, brought together whether known or unknown by the force of the vary crime. Often, this meeting for the very first time in the courthouse, you will face your darkest night  And if it is a victim less case like drugs, burglary, just to name a few. You will still need to speak on the behalf of your child/ren or love one.

When, I had to face the people that my son tried to rob and shot at. I was devastated. All I could muster out of my mouth was I am sorry, to the victims, and quietly walked away. What else could I say, that relieve them of the sound of the shot gun blowing out their back seat window?
While, expecting the chance of being robbed at gun point, or even dying at that very moment was a great possibility, on that day, at that moment.

It was not until when all was said and done in court. And the question was asked did anyone want to speak. I took that chance. For after all the harm that was done, to all involved. I spoke. Whether they heard what I had to say. I spoke of the good that I had given my son. Yet, he had some how went, a stray. For I am a firm believer, that in order for a person to be rehabilitate. They need to know that there still is goodness in them.

Now after looking back at this situation, that could have gotten worst. I was blessed. He was removed from the street and placed in prison. Hopefully, he would see and reflect that I was trying my best to give him skills and a decent life. However, now he was going to have to use the skills and life lessons or developed some to use on his own. For now life was not going to be a bed of roses in prison. Plus this was a choice he had made for himself, and his family.

So, this just might be a time to say very little. Give your support for there are many things coming your way that you will be forced to deal with. Fear, worry and anxiety will be at your door. Do not let them stay. Prepare yourself, name calling only belittles a situation, it does not solve it.
Now for sure the facts that you are dealing, deal with your emotions and the tensions. Be prepared.

Saturday, January 26, 2013

National Institute of Corrections News

National Institute of Corrections News

'" Few argue the importance of education in a youth’s life, but many fail to recognize the importance of a robust, engaging and quality education program in a confinement setting as playing a critical role in reconnecting educationally disenfranchised students to successful educational experiences. " taken from NICN

Since it is a catch and release program why not re-educate, before releasing?

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

The hurt

The hurt, the pain, and even the humiliation, or shame, just where do you keep it at?  Hided in a jar, with a cap closed tight, tucked deep inside of your heart. Or safely tucked away under your pillow for the night.

Where thoughts of the, So what! It’s time we should get some rest, is now over. But there is  a need that, we sometimes feel that we must punish ourselves for.  Many times we, do try to bury the hurt, the pain, and even the humiliation, or shame.

Only to have it take on a new form as in cancer, high blood pressure, and even colds and other illness.

For mines, I kept the pressure inside and have lived with the silent killer. High Blood Pressure. I felt that I should bury mines deep inside. The hurt, the what now’s. Fore I must suffer, was my motto. I’s my fault this happen.

However, as a mother, lover or care giver, it is important that someone is there for the criminal justice process. Someone needs to be ware of the laws and that if the love one is guilty. Then let justice be served. But how ever if it found the one is innocent let action be taken before it thirty to forty years before justice is served and they are really innocent. And served time behind they bars. I was told by a woman whom was innocent that the thirty days she served had an effect on her, mentally.

So, in ending. Make sure that you hear what is being said by all. Mouth closed and ears open. Emotions in checked. You may hear something that might or will enrage you. Peace be still. Understand what is taking place. Just what these people talking about, how do I choose an Attorney? How and where do I go to visit the love one in jail or prison?
Examine the situation and follow through where action is needed. And be an advocate where change is needed.

Saturday, January 12, 2013 Thinking for a Change Thinking for a Change

This shows how prison are now working at getting those incarnated to approach thinking about thing in a new direction.

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Teaching moments

Yesterday a friend and I went to the movies. After the movies we went to the store since it was so close to the show. After spending our time shopping, it time to go back to our perspective places, our homes.

Upon retuning to the car to load it with our buying. We were approached by a woman and her young teen son. Asking for money to buy a gas can and gas. Now my mind flips on. Thoughts of what the .... is this all about? Why would you leave home knowing that the gas light is on?  Should we live life depending that strangers will always be there to back us up?

We are in the parking lot of a big box mega store parking lot. And this woman came to the store to beg for gas money to buy a gas can and gas.

What value are we teaching our child/ren? Teaching them to be beggars. Or, I am I so old school that I do not see this as a new way of helping? Or am I just so paranoid, with the fear of being rob in the parking?

After all I am a mother of a felon.

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