Monthly Archives: October 2012

Changing our Response to Infanticide

My latest column posted at the Juvenile Justice Information Exchange is inspired by recent headlines: The facts are still coming in. All we know is what the media is reporting: a newborn is dead, a 14 year-old girl has been … Continue reading

Posted in Adult Court, Children, Criminal /Juvenile Defense, Media, Sentencing | 4 Comments

No Discussion of Poverty at Presidential Debate on Domestic Issues

As we know, nearly half of Americans currently live in poverty or are very close to it.  Yet, I knew better than to expect that either President Obama or Governor Romney would take any time at last night’s debate to … Continue reading

Posted in Blogosphere, Children, National Politics, Poverty | 1 Comment

Playground to Prison Infographic from the Campaign for Youth Justice

Please check out these statistics regarding the numbers of youth in the adult criminal justice system.  Powerful. by jasonkillinger. Learn about business intelligence tools. Visit the website of the Campaign for Youth Justice and check out their excellent new PSA … Continue reading

Posted in Adult Court, Media, Organizations, Sentencing | 8 Comments