Courtroom of second chances

Courtroom of second chances

There are 4 comments on the Sentinel & Enterprise story from Feb 2, 2018, titled Courtroom of second chances. In it, Sentinel & Enterprise reports that:

Joseph Poirier said he doesn't remember passing out in his car, engine still running, with his 4-year-old daughter in the vehicle. Still, the 38-year-old Leominster resident said he doesn't need to remember to regret his actions on May 2, 2017, or his two decades of struggling with addiction.

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EPOCA 4 YOU

Andover, MA

#1 Feb 3, 2018
Good for them and I hope they know EPOCA is available to for them.

After all, who hasn't passed out on drugs in their car with the motor running and a kid in the back seat?
Ex Con Con Man

New York, NY

#2 Feb 4, 2018
For some people, getting arrested and being in and out of court, jail, prison and probation is just a regular part of life. When they get a second (or 2nd, 3rd, 4th and so on) chance, they usually blow it and wind up right back in the system again. Like Lynch, for instance. But, hey, Everything Free In America, right? VIVA EPOCA! MORE FREE STUFF! MORE FREE STUFF!

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Jimmy Garopolo

Indianapolis, IN

#3 Thursday Jul 26
Ex Con Con Man wrote:
For some people, getting arrested and being in and out of court, jail, prison and probation is just a regular part of life. When they get a second (or 2nd, 3rd, 4th and so on) chance, they usually blow it and wind up right back in the system again. Like Lynch, for instance. But, hey, Everything Free In America, right? VIVA EPOCA! MORE FREE STUFF! MORE FREE STUFF!
Mr Lynch,
may we have a response to these allegations?
Marge Haakala

Livonia, MI

#4 Friday Jul 27
Authorities in Worcester did give Lynch a second chance when the court let him off lightly, only fining him only a few hundred bucks after getting arrested in 2015 for driving without a license, driving an unregistered motorcar and refusing to identify himself to police. Did he learn anything? No. Because three years later, he gets lugged by the cops after he went crazy in a Taco Bell, attacking people and fighting with the cops when they tried to arrest him.

And this doesn't include the many times cops and courts in Boston and Fitchburg gave him another chance after another chance after another chance, only to be dissapointed over and over again.

That's what happens when someone tries to help low life career criminal thugs. That's why EPOCA is a scam.

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