New Bill Seeks Juvenile Justice Reform in Michigan

New Bill Seeks Juvenile Justice Reform in Michigan

Proposed legislation in Michigan seeks to reform the way juvenile offenders are treated under state law. Some of the proposed changes include raising the age to be considered as a juvenile from 17 to 18 years old and not housing juvenile offenders with adults.
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