These defendants are lost in a system they don’t understand and one that certainly does not understand them, which partially explains the high conviction rate and frequent travesties of justice. They appear no different than anyone else but they are much different – more prone to being exploited and frequently manipulated to engage in uncharacteristic, illicit acts without fully understanding the implications.
This book discusses the plight of individuals with low or marginal intelligence who become involved in the criminal justice system. The criminal justice system has been ill-prepared to handle the sudden inundation of challenging cases. These individuals are usually the first to be stopped and questioned by police and they are often arrested simply for being in the wrong place or with the wrong people at the wrong time.
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Supervising staff report that members perform better at work, have fewer behavioral issues, and experience a greater feeling of contentment. Although people with mental retardation are given unprecedented freedom to make personal vocational decisions, there is an unfounded expectation that they do not have a sexuality—let alone a homosexuality.
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