Monitors Fault Memphis Juvenile Detention Practices

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A report to the U.S. Department of Justice about juvenile detention in Memphis contains allegations of youth being disciplined in 23-hour, locked-room confinement with handcuffing and shackling during the single out-of-room hour, the Memphis Commercial Appeal reports. The detention chief denied the practice exists. Youth interviewed for the report by David . . .

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