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Juvenile Law Center,
 Call Governor Murphy and demand he pass juvenile justice reform SB48/A5586!

Please call your Senators today and ask them Senators to support S. 2803, The Fostering Stable Housing Opportunities Act, so that no youth ages

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Leslie Paik and Jessica Feierman,

The juvenile court is designed to help youth in trouble and to promote public safety.  But   Michelle, a mother in Madison, WI, had other things

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Marcia Hopkins,
Unfortunately, as currently written Marsy’s Law may inadvertently harm children in the juvenile justice system—and in some cases, it may make things more difficult for victims too.
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Juvenile Law Center,

Juvenile Law Center strongly opposes the Trump Administration’s proposed rule to allow discrimination against individuals and families seeking to provide loving homes to children in

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Sara Guiang,
October is Youth Justice Action Month, the perfect time to consider how tech can be used to address social issues affecting youth in the justice system.

Herbert Stevens met Candi Stevens at a local skating rink. The high school sweethearts have been married for over 20 years now, but this otherwise happy love story has a sad twist.

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Editorial Board, The Inquirer •

This week, District Attorney Larry Krasner argued in a brief to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court that the death penalty in Pennsylvania is unconstitutional. Krasner’s office

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Riya Saha Shah, Managing Director and Marsha Levick, Chief Legal Officer ,

When They See Us captures the many ways in which our justice system is broken, and the many ways it can break the individuals who

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Riya Saha Shah; Jarrett Adams,

This blog is part of a series Juvenile Law Center is presenting related to Ava Duvernay's newly released Netflix miniseries When They See Us about