They were the kinds of questions some may not want to answer at a cocktail party and yet 40 people, piled into a small Sanford courtroom, had to publicly talk about their kids, possible criminal pasts and whether they were victims of a crime leaving some very uncomfortable with the process.
In a working class neighborhood outside San Juan, Puerto Rico, you'll find a surprising sense of optimism despite the island's economic hardships.
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