- CBS Baltimore6 hours ago
This has reignited the debate over the Baltimore Juvenile Justice System. Sixteen-year-old Dawnta Harris is not a stranger to the juvenile court system. Despite being taken ...
Juvenile services secretary says Baltimore County officer's killing shows youth justice system failedBaltimore Sun2 hours ago
Maryland’s secretary of juvenile services says the justice system failed in the case of a West Baltimore teen charged with murder in the death this week of a Baltimore County police ...
- WSB-TV 2 Atlanta56 minutes ago
Channel 2 Action News' Nefertiti Jaquez is talking to police about what allegedly happened and we’re digging up information about her, on the Channel 2 Action News Nightbeat at 11.
- WPTV West Palm Beach3 hours ago
WPTV asked a retired juvenile judge for perspective on this case and sought answers from the Department of Juvenile Justice, the agency responsible for tracking the boy.
The death of a Baltimore County police officer is terrible, but it's not reason to question the idea of the juvenile justice systemBaltimore Sun8 hours ago
There’s plenty of reason to question the series of decisions by the justice system that allowed 16-year-old Dawnta Harris to be in Perry Hall Monday when police say he drove a stolen ...
- WBFF Fox45 Baltimore9 hours ago
The Maryland Juvenile Justice department has had Dawnta Harris on its radar for months.
- Philly.com6 hours ago
“This is exactly what we’ve been asking for since the beginning,” said Young’s attorney, Richard F. Klineburger III. “He was a 17-year-old who had minimal contact with the juvenile justice ...
- WBUR Boston19 hours ago
In 2013, Massachusetts raised the juvenile age from 17 to 18. Is it time to raise it again?
- Philly.com13 hours ago
Existing “seals” are no guarantee a record won’t be later accessed – even if the record shows only a child’s “contact” with the judicial system, not an arrest or conviction. “The whole point ...
Doing more with less: ND’s juvenile justice system looks ahead amid budget cuts, increasing referralsThe Bismarck Tribune22 hours ago
Last year, the state passed a handful of justice reforms, including some related to substance abuse and behavioral health, such as the Free Through Recovery program for offenders' peer ...