Juvenile Justice A new report says the increasingly popular approach to juvenile crime - treating youths as adults - not only doesn't work, but increases crime. NPR's Tovia Smith reports.
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A new report says the increasingly popular approach to juvenile crime - treating youths as adults - not only doesn't work, but increases crime. NPR's Tovia Smith reports.