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The compounding cost of failures

Posted by JB Bobbitt | Nov 01, 2022 | 0 Comments

"Shawna Rogers died at 17, after years of abuse, violence and exploitation. The compounding cost of failures — from law enforcement and rehabilitators as well as family — finally proved fatal. In the end, she was blind to those who wanted to help her as they had been blind to her needs for years. Her life stands as a haunting example of how far Texas still has to go to help victims like her."

Raped, abused and trafficked but no one to blame? How Texas failed Shawna Rogers

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JB Bobbitt

A proud Texan and native Houstonian, attorney JB Lee Bobbitt began his legal career working and volunteering for families impacted by child abuse and neglect. Advocating fearlessly for Texas children, parents and families involved in the criminal justice and child welfare system has given JB the ...

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