Updated on: 2/26/2019
How to Vote
- Read the essays
- Go to the pinned post on Davis Law Group's Facebook page
- Use the blue like button to vote for Francesca Feltrin's essay. Use the red heart button to vote for Alysia Newton's
This essay is by Alysia Newton, one of the contestants in Davis Law Group's Law and Justice scholarship essay contest. Alysia is majoring in criminal justice. Her goal is to assist people in disadvantaged neighborhoods by working as a probation officer. Read the full essay here. Exerpt:
Last year, November 23, 2015, I lost my sister in law in a car accident due to poor road conditions. She was on her way back from Vegas and while she was driving in the city of Baker, she drove over an unnoticeable dip that led her to swerve her car onto the other side of the road. She was facing toward oncoming traffic and got into a head on collision with a trailer. Unfortunately, she did not make it. She leaves behind a 5 year old daughter and a 6 year old daughter.
Are Pedestrians Safe?
This essay is by Francesca Feltrin, one of the contestants in Davis Law Group's Law and Justice scholarship essay contest. Francesca is majoring in criminal justice. Her dream is to make a difference in people's lives by working for the United Nations. Read the full essay here. Exerpt:
One of the statics that scare me a lot is ”In 2013, 4,735 pedestrians were killed in traffic crashes in the United States. This averages to one crash-related pedestrian death every 2 hours.” This is really concerning, every 2 hours a person die because hit by a car, how can we prevent this tragically event?