How Should Kids Suspected Of Murder Be Handled?

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Officials in Pennsylvania are trying to figure out how to prosecute an 11 year old boy believed to have murdered his father's girlfriend.

Law professor Anita Allen explains how she thinks we should deal with kids who may have committed murder. She wrote about this case and ones like it for The Daily Beast.

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