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September 30, 2015

What's on our radar this week

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What's on our radar this week? Every Wednesday, Juvenile Law Center gathers the latest studies, reports, and headlines from around the country. Here's what we've been reading.

Tags:Weekly Newswire
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September 24, 2015

Voices of Hope: Perspectives on Juvenile Life without Parole

posted by Juvenile Law Center

The Pope is scheduled to visit the Curran-Fromhold Correctional Facility in Philadelphia this coming weekend. Over 500 individuals in Pennsylvania (2,600 nationwide) are serving life without parole sentences for crimes committed as juveniles (JLWOP). The experience of JLWOP isn’t limited to the individuals serving the sentence. We asked several people to share their stories and thoughts on juvenile life without parole. Some individuals initially supported JLWOP, but their experiences with the justice system brought them to an entirely different perspective.

Tags:Juvenile and Criminal Justice|Juvenile Life Without Parole (JLWOP)|Second Chances
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September 23, 2015

What's on our radar this week

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What's on our radar this week? Every Wednesday, Juvenile Law Center gathers the latest studies, reports, and headlines from around the country. Here's what we've been reading.

Tags:Weekly Newswire
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September 16, 2015

What's on our radar this week

posted by Juvenile Law Center

What's on our radar this week? Every Wednesday, Juvenile Law Center gathers the latest studies, reports, and headlines from around the country. Here's what we've been reading.

Tags:Weekly Newswire
Read more >

September 09, 2015

What's on our radar this week

posted by Juvenile Law Center

What's on our radar this week? Every Wednesday, Juvenile Law Center gathers the latest studies, reports, and headlines from around the country. Here's what we've been reading.

Tags:Weekly Newswire
Read more >

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