Md. Agrees To Upgrade New Juvenile Detention Unit

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The Maryland Department of Juvenile Services has agreed to improvements at its new juvenile detention center, the Washington Post reports. That ends for now a legal challenge in which state Public Defender Nancy Forster described conditions there as “unsafe and inhumane.” Forster said the department agreed to add security equipment at the troubled Baltimore City
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