Ga. Says It Has Nearly Fixed Juvenile Jail System

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More than six years ago, Georgia’s juvenile jails and prisons were so riddled with abuse that the U.S. Department of Justice demanded changes. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution says the state’s top juvenile justice official expects to declare Georgia in full compliance with federal mandates by year’s end. “It can be done right,” Commissioner Albert Murray said.
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