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Juvenile justice, parole reform needed, analyst tells Senate panel

This piece originally appeared on the Daily Record.


Juvenile justice and parole reform are needed to cure a Maryland prison system in which inmates are serving overly long sentences for crimes they committed as young adults, a justice policy analyst told a Senate panel Thursday. Marc Schindler, executive director of the Justice Policy Institute, pressed for raising the age of offenders considered ...

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