Juvenile Law Center

Cost of Justice|Juvenile and Criminal Justice

March 05, 2017

Double Punishment: When Parents Are Forced to Pay for Detention

Ronan Farrow, NBC News

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Cost of Justice|Juvenile and Criminal Justice

March 04, 2017

Philadelphia to stop billing parents of incarcerated teens for 'child support'

Katie Colaneri, WHYY NewsWorks

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

March 04, 2017

Jacksonville man’s case led to new sentences for juvenile lifers – but he’s still behind bars

Tessa Duvall, jacksonville.com

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Cost of Justice|Child Welfare and Foster Care|Juvenile and Criminal Justice

March 03, 2017

How Philly goes after the poor for child support, keeping families apart

Samantha Melamed, philly.com

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Youth Fostering Change|Child Welfare and Foster Care|Youth Engagement Programs

March 02, 2017

In Trump Era, Foster Youth Plan to Fight for Medicaid, Other Policies

Holden Slattery, The Chronicle of Social Change

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Cost of Justice|Juvenile and Criminal Justice

March 02, 2017

Your child’s been sent to jail. And then comes the bill.

Eli Hager, The Washington Post

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Ending Solitary Confinement|Juvenile and Criminal Justice

February 22, 2017

At Wisconsin Juvenile Prisons, Children Face a Nightmare of Solitary Confinement and Abuse

Valerie Kiebala, Solitary Watch

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Ending Solitary Confinement|Juvenile and Criminal Justice

February 11, 2017

Critics pan Walker's budget on youth prison

Todd Richmond, The Daily Press (AP)

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Access to Healthcare|Child Welfare and Foster Care|Extended Care and Reentry (Foster Care)|Transitions to Adulthood (Foster Care)

February 10, 2017

Commentary: Toomey needs to protect youths aging out of foster care

Susan Vivian Mangold, Jennifer Pokempner, philly.com

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Juvenile and Criminal Justice

February 08, 2017

Incarceration in youth linked to diminished health later in life

Anne Hoffman, WHYY NewsWorks

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