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Bill Rice of member station WBNI reports on a case currently before the Indiana Supreme Court. Indiana corrections officials now place some of its juvenile convicts in adult prisons, but the state's Supreme Court could mandate that all juvenile offenders be placed in juvenile detention centers where they can attend school and receive counselling.



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