CA Voters Could Limit Prosecutors’ Power in Teen Cases

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California voters next week could fundamentally alter the frequency and design of “transfer hearings” where juveniles can be sent to be tried in the adult justice system, says the Juvenile Justice Information Exchange. Proposition 57 on Tuesday's ballot has two key juvenile justice provisions. It would take the power prosecutors currently have to try certain juveniles directly in the . . .

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