Mar 19, 2018
In 2007, 15-year-old
Jennifer Mee gained national attention as the "Hiccup Girl," a
teenager from Florida whose hiccups would not go away. Just a few
years later, she would re-emerge after being charged with
Jennifer's trial was
interesting because there was one thing all sides could agree on -
Jennifer herself did not pull the trigger. So would the punishment
fit the crime?
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