Texas judge orders woman to law school after pleading guilty to drug conspiracy | Category: General Source
I guess there’s worse things to be sentenced to
With that conviction I imagine her law degree won’t get a lot of professional use?
i think the idea is to take what is clearly a capable mind and mold it into a more useful purpose then the large scale drug distribution operation she was arrested for.
It also says its part of supervised release.. So strange as it sounds.. I’m gonna say good on them for trying to repurpose a mind instead of throwing it in a jail to rot..
though this is our reality, in the 2020’s in America.. So there is probably some reason why this actually sucks worse then it sounds that I didn’t see.