Juvenile Law Center

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Cost of Justice|Juvenile and Criminal Justice

November 15, 2016

California counties stop charging fees for juvenile incarceration

Myles Bess, KWBU (Texas)

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Cost of Justice|Juvenile and Criminal Justice

November 14, 2016

When a Sibling Goes to Prison

Juleyka Lantigua-Williams, The Atlantic

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Child Welfare and Foster Care|Extended Care and Reentry (Foster Care)|Permanency (Foster Care)

November 07, 2016

How this advocate is helping older foster kids improve a system that failed them

Tony Abraham, Generocity

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Juvenile and Criminal Justice|Juvenile Life Without Parole (JLWOP)

November 02, 2016

Juvenile Life Sentences Continue to Divide Justices

Jessica DaSilva, Bloomberg BNA

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Juvenile and Criminal Justice|Reducing Transfers to the Adult System

November 02, 2016

Who decides how minors are tried? Prop. 57 would change the answer

Minerva Canto, Bakersfield Californian

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Juvenile and Criminal Justice|Juvenile Life Without Parole (JLWOP)

October 22, 2016

Juvenile offenders in legal limbo despite Supreme Court ruling

Cara Lombardo, Journal Sentinel

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Juvenile and Criminal Justice|Juvenile Life Without Parole (JLWOP)

October 22, 2016

No Second Chance: Why juvenile offenders stay locked away

Tessa Duvall, The Florida Times-Union

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Cost of Justice|Juvenile and Criminal Justice

October 19, 2016

The United States' War on Youth: From Schools to Debtors' Prisons

Henry A. Giroux, truthout.org

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Juvenile and Criminal Justice|Reducing Transfers to the Adult System

October 13, 2016

Examining juvenile incarceration, racial disparities in Pa., N.J.

David Heller, WHYY Newsworks

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Juvenile and Criminal Justice

October 05, 2016

A boy shot his abusive, neo-Nazi dad. The Supreme Court just let his murder conviction stand.

Kristine Guerra, The Washington Post

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