The man accused of killing another man during a robbery in Atlanta was on the streets because a Fulton County Superior Judge gave him a second chance.
Jayden Myrick was given the chance to turn his life around when Judge Doris Downs gave him probation after his arrest for armed robbery at age 14.
Now Myrick is accused of shooting Christian Broder, a married father of a 9-month-old girl - while Broder was waiting for a ride after a weeding at Atlanta's Capital City Country Club.
Todd spoke with Joel Williams, morning show host for WDUN radio, about how judges like Downs are making cities like Atlanta more dangerous.
"Another social justice judge's experiment results in the death of an innocent person. This judge, it's really on her. She had done this time and time again in this situation," Williams said.
Listen to the whole interview here: