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Lessons from a Retired Criminal Justice Professional:Applying Principles of Justice in Everyday Life

Description: Gain a unique perspective from D' Flip's background as a retired Criminal Justice professional. In this article, he shares valuable life lessons and insights from his career, highlighting the importance of fairness, integrity, and personal responsibility in our interactions with others and society as a whole.


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