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1 INDEX OF EXHIBITS
2 United States v. Norris Marshall
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July 21, 2005
Heiio my name is Mrs. Barbara White and l’m currently a Juvenile Probation Officer with the Maricopa
County Juvenile Court Center. l've been a Probation Officer for the past i5 years and prior to becoming a
Juvenile Probation Officer l was a Transportation Officer with the Maricopa County Sheriff Ofhcer for 5
years. When i was employed with MCSO i had the opportunity to work as an on—call with the U.S. Marshal
Office. l received my BS. Degree in Criminal Justice and a minor in Sociology from Weber State
University in Ogden, Utah.
Mr. Norris Marshall is my uncie and i‘ve known him all my life (44 years). My uncle Norris played a big
part in my life as l was going up as a child. ln fact he was more of a father figure to me than an uncle.
Because my biological father was not around during my High School and College years, my Uncle Norris
stepped in. i—le was always supportive in my educationai and athletic success. Because l was always
around my uncie and auntie l spent a lot of time with my cousins. We where more like brothers and
sisters instead of cousins.
This finai paragraph l'm suppose to simply set out what l think of Mr. Marshaii and explain the basis of my
opinion. As you might know this is my Uncle and l love him ven; deariy. However, l'm not pleased with
the situation i1e’s aiiowed himself to be put in. Mr. Marshall was raised with very high family vaiues and
his action is not acceptable. A t the same time he’s still loving, kind and caring to his family. lt‘s my beiief
that this has be a big eye opener for him. In fact E know this has been an eye—opener for him. Because, i
can see the old Llncle Norris l'm used to seeing and knowing. i-le’s very bright and highiy educated. l-te'll
give you his last piece of bread or the last dime in his pocket. Uncle Norris has always believed and trusts
that everyone is good. l-ie hated to see some one upset or hurt. He would go out of his way to fix the
problem even if it was not his problem. He would always push us to be the best that we could be and
never to settle for anything less. He was somewhat a positive rote model to ati of us. Our uncie Norris
was the bum, but at the same time he would spank us if needed. My uncle would do research on other
track runners and voiieyball piayer to let me know what l needed to work on or how fast l needed to get my
time down too. He was at almost all my track meets and most of my volleyball game. Needless to say
when l went away to college my uncle and auntie moved to Washington State and this time we kind of
grow apart. But he would aiways write or cali my mother to check up on me. After all is said and done
my uncie has had an eye-opener and with heip of the Lord he has decided to convert back to his home
bring.
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