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Juvenile justice reform bills seeking to ‘treat children as children’ could mean big changes for Maryland’s youth

March 31, 2022

While her son spent 891 days in Maryland juvenile detention over a stolen cell phone, his first encounter with the justice system, Keisha Hogan found her voice. Earlier this month — seven years after her son was released — she delivered an impassioned speech to state legislators asking them to support proposed legislation that would prevent other Maryland youth from being incarcerated under similar circumstances.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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