Archives: 2014 & Earlier

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Oklahoma has seen a rise in foster children numbers, The Oklahoman reports.

Parents need to know these technologies that are in classes, reports CBS Sacramento.

Juvenile Justice

A San Francisco juvenile hall is under review for not giving enough outside exercise time, according to California Watch.

A California bill would require oversight of “boot camps” for kids, reports Los Angeles Daily News.

Juvenile murderer Andrew Conley loses his appeal against life without parole, The Rising Sun Recorder reports.

The Wisconsin state bar released why Miller v. Alabama doesn’t change Wisconsin law.


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