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A Closer Look: Kids in Court

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A Closer Look: Kids in Court

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A Closer Look: Kids in Court

A Closer Look: Kids in Court

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It's no secret that sometimes kids commit crimes, but should they go through the same justice system and pay the same price as an adult?

In our continuing look at the criminal justice system, Farai Chideya welcomes Carole Shauffer, Executive Director of the Youth Law Center, to help dissect the scenarios where kids end up in court and, eventually, prison.

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