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We all make mistakes in life, and usually we have to suffer the consecquences, Especially teenagers. However, when the scales of judgement are tipped to give leeway to some students where they otherwise give others what they have earned, then the rulings are unfair, and while others get punished, some go free. A friend of mine, by the name of Steven Jinks is a victim of blind justice. Though I admit what he did what wrong and he did deserve to be punished and because of his action he was expelled. Though, I question whether an expulsion was a fair judgement, I did some research on cases similar to his. His crime was disrespecting a teacher, he had throughly disobeyed her orders and told her to \"Leave me alone! I don\'t like you\" and started to stage a walk out where he had prominantly called her a shrewed name. He was found and judged. Although, as I peered through the underbelly of West High School\'s policy and the other cases, I found his out-turn was remarkably far from all the others. There were cases where so many other horrible things were said besides calling the teacher a \"F***ing Penguin A**\". Telling the teacher to \"Go slit their throat because I hate you\" and other innappropriate materials. Also, they were judged to only two days of suspension and a couple days of P.E.A.K. My opinion and statement to you is that in our schools and society should either be fair in their judgement or don\'t judge at all. Bring Steven back to school or expell every student who curses a teacher. Bring Steven back to school!

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