“Kids Think Juvenile System Is A Joke”: Prosecutor

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Earl Monroe, Jr. was 14 when police first arrested him. In a little more than a year, officers picked him up 10 more times; he was dealing drugs on the streets of his West Baltimore neighborhood, reports the Baltimore Sun. After each arrest, he entered a juvenile system that’s supposed to provide treatment and, if
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