http://newsobserver.com/news/story/2536605p-2355657c.html Lawyers representing six children sued North Carolina Gov. Mike Easley and Chief Justice I. Beverly Lake Jr., yesterday, saying the two were not improving services intended to keep troubled youths from landing in juvenile prison. In Durham Superior Court, Lewis Pitts of Legal Aid of North Carolina, asks a judge to force Easley and Lake to follow the law governing juvenile justice. Under the law, the two lead an advisory council that is supposed to meet four times a year . . .
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