Author Archives: Lara Hogue

About Lara Hogue

Lara Hogue is a second year student at the University of Houston Law Center. She graduated from the University of Texas in 2012 with a B.A. in Government. While obtaining her undergraduate degree, Lara was Recording Secretary for Phi Sigma Pi, a nationally recognized honor fraternity. Lara also volunteered at the Austin Child Guidance Center which focuses primarily on therapeutic play and clinical therapy for children with behavioral disorders. Currently, Lara serves as secretary for LawHorns, speaker coordinator for Christian Legal Society, and is on the Houston Journal for Health Law & Policy. Lara is interested primarily in juvenile delinquency and related mental health issues.

Five Years to Serve, Justice Hardly Served

A Wisconsin man and his wife were sentenced to five years each for imprisoning their teenage daughter in their basement for six years. Apparently the father testified during trial that he tried to get his daughter to become a ward of the state because he could not care for her. The couple‚Äôs justification for imprisoning […]