Author Archives: Sarah Muckleroy

Sarah Muckleroy

About Sarah Muckleroy

Sarah Muckleroy is a third year student at the University of Houston Law Center. She graduated from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill in 2008 with a B.A. in Media Studies and Art History. This past summer she interned for the San Francisco Public Defender's Office-Juvenile Division. Sarah has worked for adult criminal defense attorneys, but her main interest is juvenile delinquency.

Outside the Box Punishments

On Tuesday, October 22, 2013, an Oklahoma District Court Judge sentenced a seventeen year old to 10 years of church, as punishment for manslaughter.  The stipulation was part of a 10-year deferred sentence based on the guilty plea. This particular judge is well known for requiring church attendance as part of probation agreements.  Besides the […]

Defending with Education

This past summer I was fortunate enough to intern for the San Francisco Public Defender’s Office Juvenile Division.  There are so many wonderful things they do for their clients, but one of the most impressive things they offer is their Legal Education Advocacy Program.  Lauren Brady Blalock is the Education Lawyer for the program, and […]