Saving Henry

October 2011
Guideposts;Oct2011, Vol. 66 Issue 8, p50
The article presents a narration by the author on how he as a lawyer got involved in the judiciary system in Uganda to deliver justice to juvenile delinquents in remand houses. The author, a teacher of law had initially gone to Uganda on a mission trip as part of a global justice project. Once there, he interacted with the children in remand and came to know that they were held in flimsy cases on not being able to get a court hearing.


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