Malloy Says CT Should Treat Youth As Juveniles Until Age 21

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Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy wants his state to consider treating young offenders as juveniles until they are 21 years old, a cutting-edge reform proposal, reports the Juvenile Justice Information Exchange. “You can commit a nonviolent offense at 17 without a criminal record, but if you’re 18 and you commit the same crime, it lasts a
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