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The Daily Digest, 5/27/11

Twice this year I have come across a case in which a juvenile offender has used evidence of his developing brain to challenge his transfer from the juvenile docket to adult court. In the case today, the defendant seems to … Continue reading

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The Daily Digest, 2/23/11

Tracking the use of behavioral science evidence in juvenile criminal cases is more difficult than tracking it for adults. Juvenile cases often proceed under seal or confidentiality and the decisions rendered are rarely in legal databases. The result is that … Continue reading

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