My name is Ali Salem, a freshman at Arizona state college taking a course in criminal justice. The past few years have been life changers to me. After I left high school, I went to live with my uncle in the city as my parents were living up-country where there is no much exposure like in the city (Buller 342). My uncle worked as a court clerk in one of the local courts. Every night he would come to the house with a different story of the criminal cases they handle in the courts. One thing that I figured out from all the stories was that criminal cases were many, and it seemed like many criminals escaped prison due to lack of strong evidence.
That is when I decided that I would pursue criminal justice and to succeed in it I knew I had to do it in reputable college where I would get the best training. Even the movies I watched continued to encourage me to take up criminal law and my uncle supported me on my endeavor. and that is how I decided to apply and got accepted in the Arizona state college to study law, majoring in criminal justice
My goal is to graduate with high grades and be a good lawyer to those who will hire my services in the future. I believe that my time at the college would help me achieve my academic goals before I venture into the world (Murray and Sarah 145). The college has helped me settle fast and I hope to make a good impression by scoring high grades this semester. The college has lived to its expectation and nothing would stop me from achieving my dreams.
Buller, Jeffrey L. The Essential Academic Dean: A Practical Guide to College Leadership. , 2007. Print.
Murray, Rowena, and Sarah Moore. The Handbook of Academic Writing: A Fresh Approach. Maidenhead [u.a.: McGraw-Hill/Open Univ. Press, 2006. Print.