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Efrén Paredes Jr.’s life outside prison was over before he was old enough for a driver’s license.
With no criminal record, 15-year-old Paredes
A new report puts some weight behind arguments that young adults should not be prosecuted in adult court in Illinois.
The findings from the Juvenile
Steven “Speedy” Yates was separated from his mother when he was a 5½-year-old and placed into Philadelphia’s foster care system. The traumatic experience caused him
Youth advocates share two projects entitled Road Map to Reform, focused on broad system reform for juvenile justice and child welfare systems
Philadelphia, PA (October
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