Monday, December 31, 2012

Over the Years, Notion that “Kids are Different” Takes Hold in Youth Justice Policy Reform

Excerpt-PLEASE READ FULL ARTICLE, many excellent articles for information on juvenile issues.
Thanks to the author, for the time and efforts to bring attention to this most important issue of our nation's children.

"If there was uncertainty seven years ago when the U.S. Supreme Court abolished the death penalty for children, or in 2010 when it ruled that life-without-parole sentences imposed on youth for non-homicide crimes are unconstitutional, it should be clear by now that this is a new day for youth justice reform............."

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