Juvenile Arrests Down Slightly in 2007

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Juvenile arrests in the U.S. declined slightly in 2007, but the juvenile arrest rate for the key crimes of murder and robbery have increased significantly in recent years after a long decline, says a new U.S. Justice Department compilation. Juvenile arrest totals generally are viewed as a proxy for juvenile crime rates generally, although with
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