The way I see it, 18-year-old Penelope Soto wasn't having a great day from the git-go; not with finding herself in an orange jailhouse jumpsuit before Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Jorge Rodriguez-Chomat. Having been arrested for drug possession, Soto was being arraigned with all important considerations like being released on her own recognizance or the amount of bail to be set at the Judge's discretion subject to certain guidelines.
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