Trina was a homeless year-old who had suffered severe abuse, trauma, and mental illness. As a young child she was disfigured and scarred after being severely burned.
She was left living on the streets, where she had to forage for food in garbage cans, was victimized by older teens and adults, and was denied medical attention for emotional and mental health problems in the period prior to her arrest. Reviewing courts found Trina's mental impairments meant she was incapable of forming an intent to kill and was not competent to stand trial.
The United States is the world’s leader in incarceration.
Despite these findings, she was tried in adult court and convicted of second-degree murder during the course of an arson and burglary. Her trial judge had no choice but to impose a mandatory sentence of life imprisonment without parole, although he remarked "[i]t is a deplorable situation that the state does not provide facilities where young people such as Ms. Garnett can receive help while learning in a secure environment. Trina was sent to an adult prison at age He no longer has as much time for friends, sports or other normal high school extracurriculars.
Who wants to date a year-old that has a 5-year-old?
Not many. In spite of the significant impact of raising his son, the teen has evidently embraced fatherhood, working hard to raise his son as a single parent, with the support of his family.
The devastated mother emphasized how important it is for parents to stay vigilant about the people they trust to look after their kids. This September, Mowry pleaded guilty to several counts of sexual battery of a child and agreed to a deal that will put her behind bars for the next 20 years.
The former nanny was sentenced to an additional 10 years of sex offender probation to follow her release from prison. We are committed to truth and accuracy in all of our journalism. Read our editorial standards.
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