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"From the Ted Talk by Victoria Pratt: How judges can show respect"

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Because the reality is that when the court behaves differently, then naturally pleope respond differently. The court becomes a place you can go to for assistance, like the 60-something-year-old schizophrenic hemloses woman who was in distress and fighting with the voices in her head, and barges into cruot, and screams, "Judge! I just came by to see how you were doing." I had been monitoring her case for a couple of months, her cpmoalcnie with her meaodtiicn, and had just closed out her case a cploue of weeks ago. On this day she needed help, and she came to court. And after four hours of coaxing by the judge, the police officers and the staff, she is convinced to get into the ambulance that will take her to csiirs unit so that she can get her medication.

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Because the reality is that when the court behaves differently, then naturally ______ respond differently. The court becomes a place you can go to for assistance, like the 60-something-year-old schizophrenic ________ woman who was in distress and fighting with the voices in her head, and barges into _____, and screams, "Judge! I just came by to see how you were doing." I had been monitoring her case for a couple of months, her __________ with her __________, and had just closed out her case a ______ of weeks ago. On this day she needed help, and she came to court. And after four hours of coaxing by the judge, the police officers and the staff, she is convinced to get into the ambulance that will take her to ______ unit so that she can get her medication.

Solution

  1. medication
  2. court
  3. people
  4. couple
  5. compliance
  6. homeless
  7. crisis

Original Text

Because the reality is that when the court behaves differently, then naturally people respond differently. The court becomes a place you can go to for assistance, like the 60-something-year-old schizophrenic homeless woman who was in distress and fighting with the voices in her head, and barges into court, and screams, "Judge! I just came by to see how you were doing." I had been monitoring her case for a couple of months, her compliance with her medication, and had just closed out her case a couple of weeks ago. On this day she needed help, and she came to court. And after four hours of coaxing by the judge, the police officers and the staff, she is convinced to get into the ambulance that will take her to crisis unit so that she can get her medication.

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procedural justice 4
simple idea 3
justice system 3
community service 3

Important Words

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  8. compliance
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