I hope this letter finds you in the best of health

McLeod, Newton

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To whom it may concern: I hope this letter finds you in the best of health. I am not trying to drain your resource, but seeking help. Since my hands are tied, I am forced to contact you. Because of my status as a prisoner, don't write me off as an other statistic. In crisis people come together, then why I am alone. My daughter and son need me, but pride makes the judiciary refused to treat me fairly. Handouts I careless for; I wait to be independent and pursue other goals in life, then is it possible when the courts we turned to have prejudices lied within itself. Where is justice. The knowledge I accumulated post a threat, then, the public schools, public, etc. were designed to failed. I am writing you as a United States citizen--not a criminal woke up one day and decided he wanted his freedom, but one that should be treated equally in similar situated circumstances. In a Democratic Society, judges cannot and should not pick who and when to treat someone equal. We are only equal in the eyes of the law. Impartiality, according to the Code of Conduct, judges should rule in every cases; because we are all human people tend to go rogue. March 30, 2020 Newton McLeod

Author: McLeod, Newton

Author Location: Florida

Date: March 30, 2020

Genre: Essay

Extent: 1 pages

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