Ca. Prosecutors Rarely Use Juvenile Waiver Law

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A 4-year-old California law that makes it easier for prosecutors to try juveniles as adults has been used sparingly by district attorneys, keeping steady the number of youth offenders tried in the adult justice system, reports the Los Angeles Times. District attorneys in several counties have continued to allow judges to decide in most cases
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