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The following testimony was written and will be read by Juvenile Law Center's Youth Fostering Change and Juveniles for Justice Youth Advocates on April 8th at
An “Ombudsperson” can be defined as someone who acts on behalf of another as a “protector against oppressive
measures by the government.” Today, “ombudsperson” has
A bipartisan bill to end Virginia’s juvenile “pay to stay” practice, which requires families to pay incarceration fees to the state while their children are
Awardees are Tech CEO, Georgetown Professor, and award-winning newspaper
PHILADELPHIA, PA (March 8, 2021) — Today, Juvenile Law Center, the nation’s first public interest
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