"The bill would reverse portions of a current law – enacted in 1996 in an effort to get 'tough on crime' – which stipulates that any 17-year-old who is alleged to have committed a crime be treated as an adult."
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Monday, September 16, 2013
State Bar Supports Returning Nonviolent 17-Year-Olds to Juvenile Court
Katie Stenz reported at Rotunda Report.