Yeah, ankle monitors are no fun. But if hundreds of teens can put up with them, we’re sure Paul Manafort will manage.
After two Supreme Court decisions, states must re-sentence juvenile lifers, giving them the possibility of parole and freedom. We asked a lawyer to help us understand what it all means.
Even in the foster care system, there is nothing in writing that gives youth rights to access technology of any kind.
In this week’s Youth Radio podcast, we take a look at young people who are in the system.
In some California counties for instance, it can cost as much as $30 per-day for room and board for parents whose children are locked up inside juvenile hall.
“[Youth Radio stories] helped spark a conversation between advocates and policy makers about reforming the imposition of court fees.”
It’s rare for guards to use pepper spray to control youth held inside most juvenile halls across the country. Youth Radio investigates practices in juvenile hall in Alameda County, California.
Originally aired on NPR’s All Things Considered on February 15, 2016 In 2012, The United States Supreme Court ruled that…
Two years ago I spent two and a half months in Kiefer Juvenile Hall system. While I was in the Juvenile system I thought about how my life was going to be different.