Illinois rethinks its approach to juvenile justice - Three part series

Illinois rethinks its approach to juvenile justice - Three part series

More than 100 years ago, Illinois became the first state to create a separate court for juveniles. Now, Illinois is once again changing the way it treats young offenders.

Part 1: Illinois rethinks its approach to juvenile justice
Part 2: At America's largest juvenile detention facility, teaching kids to ‘think slow’
Part 3: New court aims to redefine youth justice in Chicago

Proposed legislation would make juvenile civil citations mandatory in Florida

Proposed legislation would make juvenile civil citations mandatory in Florida

LAST-MINUTE JUSTICE POLICY CHANGES AS 2016 COMES TO AN END

LAST-MINUTE JUSTICE POLICY CHANGES AS 2016 COMES TO AN END