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March 29, 2007


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son is 36 years old. He's in federal prison for seven years, which is more than often the outcome when a child is diagnosed with ADHD, LD, and bipolar.
Mike was in special education classes from the 1st grade. His Dad and I did everything we knew to do to help him, including private tutors and working with him ourselves (like most parents in our situation).
Mike did graduate from high school. His overall average was in the low 70's. A 70 is required to graduate here. He didn't have the low average because he was lazy. The average was the best he could accomplish.
My question is, why doesn't the legal system take into consideration if a person has learning disabilities and/or mental illness? This about drives me nuts. There is quite a bit of difference between a person with learning disabilities and who is mentally ill than the average person. They're also much much easier to be influenced to break the law by others.

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