African-American juveniles wind up in adult court — and serving time in adult prisons — in disproportionate numbers. Advocates argue that their confinement as adults and with adults does little to prepare them for a crime-free life upon release.
African-American juveniles wind up in adult court — and serving time in adult prisons — in disproportionate numbers. Advocates argue that their confinement as adults and with adults does little to prepare them for a crime-free life upon release. Jae S. Lee TNS
African-American juveniles wind up in adult court — and serving time in adult prisons — in disproportionate numbers. Advocates argue that their confinement as adults and with adults does little to prepare them for a crime-free life upon release. Jae S. Lee TNS

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June 22, 2017 3:54 PM

In many states, black juveniles end up in adult court in high numbers

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