An Anger Management Class?by Tim Lynch
Jan. 25, 2013
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Hmm. If an ordinary Joe threatened a prosecutor, would he get an anger management class and then have the charges thrown out? Or would he be looking at a felony charge and prison time? Would the ordinary Joe be eligible for a law enforcement position?