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When we are young most of us are somewhat naive We are inherently taught that good will always triumph over evil A courthouse is the forum where evil should be dealt with But in reality this is seldom the case The county courthouse looks like a typical courthouse The courthouse itself looks like a place where justice is served It is a Romanesque building three stories high with large pillars in the front Ivy grows up one side of the building The green grass in the courtyard is immaculately kept The United States flag flies high above the building Etched in stone on the front wall of the courthouse are the words truth justice and liberty This is a place where one should feel truly safe As I walk inside the cold and quiet building a young woman is talking with the circuit court clerk She is very innocent looking with blond hair and a petite figure She seems to be getting more upset by the second The young lady finally erupts yelling and almost crying Her ex-husband has not paid her child support in a month and she cannot buy diapers for her baby The clerk tells her that nobody can do anything about it until he is six months behind in his support After five more minutes of intense arguing the young lady now engulfed in tears leaves The clerk shrugs and turns around The building seems colder upstairs There almost seems to be a dampness in the air Down a corridor there are empty offices and paintings of important looking people I recognize two of them as Washington and Jefferson In between them is a copy of the constitution As I read it I chuckle and wonder if this government is really what they had in mind Farther down the hall I hear voices The general court is in session Inside the courtroom a
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