Summary: Miscarriage Of Justice

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Which case featured in the Frontline story do you feel MOST exemplifies a miscarriage of justice. Explain your answer in detail and provide examples from the documentary to support your response. I felt the case of Erma Faye Stewart carry the most serious miscarriage of justice. For example, Stewart is now destitute, meaning she cannot provide the most basic necessities of life for her children. Her plea bargain had some unforeseen consequences, Stewart cannot apply for food stamps or seek federal grant money for education. When it comes to voting Stewart cannot vote until her 10 -year probation is finished, and must wait an addition two years for it to take effect. Moreover, she was evicted from her public housing for not being able to keep

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