Posts in 'In The News'

Please take a look at this interview with Juvenile Law Center CEO Sue Mangold.

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Generocity •

Juvenile Law Center recently announced that Max Selver has joined the organization as a staff attorney. In his new role, he will focus on litigation

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Nadia Mozaffar, fredericksburg.com •

Your Jan. 29 editorial [“Teenage killers should be tried as adults”] opposing the passage of bills HB274 and HB477, both of which would reduce the

Christina Sorenson, a Soros Fellow with the Philadelphia-based Juvenile Law Center, has been studying instances of institutionalized child abuse in an effort to come up

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Andrea Finney, CBS21 •

Nolen is a changed man, and that is what the state has to prove cannot happen when it comes to re-sentencing juvenile lifers. “It's a

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Eli Hager, Slate •
These are children who entered prison before having finished high school. Does releasing them at 70 or 80 or 90 years old really give them that second chance at an actual life?
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Katrina L. Goodjoint, nj.cm •
Until this bill’s passage, New Jersey had some of the most punitive fines in the country.
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Andrea Finney, CBS21 •

Pennsylvania has the largest number of individuals in the nation who were juveniles at the time they committed crimes that later resulted in life sentences.

“I am honored and humbled to receive this award from the Juvenile Law Center,” said Shannan Wilber, “it is a privilege to advocate for our

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Katie Meyer, WESA 90.5 Pittsburgh •

Some of the last big changes Pennsylvania made to its juvenile justice system came almost a decade ago, after the “kids for cash” scandal in which judges in