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Levin, Arlinghaus: A dose of commonsense in criminal justice

| April 21, 2014

The Legislature is considering whether 17-year-olds should always be tried as adult or whether the system should have some discretion. It is reasonable and common-sense reform to adopt a system, like 40 other states, that allows 17-year-olds to be tried as adults if warranted but does not require it. The proposal, House Bill 1624, is a policy that makes good sense but is also of huge financial benefit.

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