People that know me personally know I have the utmost respect for professional law enforcement. Included in that is an utter distaste for those who violate the profession. Cop (Andrew Collins) frames innocent man (Jameel McGee) for drug dealing. Innocent man gets 3 years, cop when discovered gets 1.5 years. Annie Dookman works in a state crime lab and returned suspected drugs sent for testing as all positive. When discovered 22,000 convictions are then overturned. She serves 2.5 years. Sheriff's Detective Jeffery Green over the course of 6 years doesn't investigate over 50 cases of child rape and sexual abuse, because he was "burnt out." He served no jail time, just a year of probation while collecting his pension of $50k+ a year. Those who pursue and are then given the responsibility and trust of the community willfully violate it and yet face lighter sentences than the people they help wrongfully convict, or in the case of Detective Green no sentence at all. How does this not outrage people? Why are these people allowed to ruin/significantly wreck peoples lives with minor consequences? Shouldn't those violating their oath face harsher consequences than the ones they setup/let down?