Both women nearly had to be carried out of the courtroom.
Video of their reactions went viral on social media.
Prosecutors said Cook and her accomplices used the Meet Me phone app to lure victims to an area where they were carjacked. Copyright 2017 by WKMG Click Orlando - All rights reserved.
This February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness month, and the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) will be highlighting the importance of youth victimized through dating violence.These girls were more likely to say a boyfriend had verbally or physically abused them: 32 percent did, versus 28 percent of their peers who went through puberty "on time."It's a small difference, said senior researcher Sara Jaffee, a professor of psychology at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.Clearly, Jaffee pointed out, not all girls who mature early experience -- and girls who mature later are not immune from it.That’s why NCJFCJ and I put together this article entitled you may need to know, but it’s a start.DAYTONA BEACH — Nobody saw the 20-year prison sentence coming — not the scared teenage defendant, not her grief-stricken mother, not the stunned defense attorney and presumably not the prosecutor, who waived the minimum sentencing guideline to give the judge more leeway for a lighter penalty.