The book exposes the weaknesses of the juvenile system that include lack of enough
funding, bureaucracy, and conflict. We also know that the staff at the juvenile system above had
different opinions and hence they were not corporative in carrying out justice for the juveniles.
They book also enables the Americans, stakeholders and anyone else concerned for the welfare of
the justice system to weigh down options on its viability and usefulness towards making the
juveniles become better youth with great futures as well as reducing crime in America. The options
are based on ideologies of the three different members of the juvenile system (Morgan et al., 112).
The book provides us with the necessary information and possible solutions to be used when
making changes or abolishing the juvenile justice system.
The main theme of the author is the presence of dysfunctional juvenile justice system. The
whole purpose of No Matter How Loud I Shout is to show the degree of dysfunction in the juvenile
justice system. The juvenile justice system is underfunded, structures are incapacitated, and the
workplaces of the public defenders, judges, and lead prosecutors are all understaffed. The quantity
of juvenile delinquents continually expanded in the system that would not grow. There are
insufficient correctional facilities, insufficient detention facilities, foster families, insufficient cops
and group homes. Everybody has their thoughts regarding how to settle the mess in the system and
they often conflict. Unreasonable cases wind up plainly open shock, government officials exploit
the unpopularity of the system, and afterward, laws are passed that do no great and regularly
compound the situation. There is the lack of cooperation in solving the cases for the juveniles.
The author is responding to the challenge of poor leadership. Poor leadership has led to the
fall of so many leaders and systems such as the juvenile justice system. The author believes that if
this issue is resolved, then the challenges facing the juvenile justice system will be solved. There
are poor leaders in the justice system such as the judge's office, DA office, and public defender’s