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The Flawed Juvenile Justice System That Sparked a National Outrage

Last summer, ProPublica, the Detroit Free Press and Bridge Michigan co-published the story of Grace (her middle name, used to protect her identity), a 15-year-old girl who had been sent to a detention center in suburban Detroit. Her offense: failing to complete online schoolwork.
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Feb 04, 4:00 PM

About the Event

Panelists will explore the problems with and potential reforms for Michigan’s juvenile justice system, which ranks fourth in the nation — trailing only the much more populous states of California, Texas and Florida — in the number of minors held for noncriminal technical violations.

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