By Rene De La Cruz
APPLE VALLEY REVIEW
Surrounded by high school students, the tables were turned on Juvenile Court Judge Larry Allen, who found himself on the hot seat, as teens grilled him.
“Do you take personal pleasure in sentencing someone?” asked one teenager, as the judge sat in his black robe, pondering how he should reply.
“I take pleasure in knowing that I did the best of my ability to render a fair and just decision,” Allen said. “My job is to implement the law.”