Posted Wednesday, April 18, 2007
Six weeks ago, a 17-year-old on home detention shot his ex-girlfriend in the face, effectively turning a spotlight on the gaping oversight holes in Cuyahoga County's juvenile justice system. Today, proposed reforms range from increasing capacity and staff to issuing Blackberries to home detention staff. On The Sound of Ideas, we'll try to answer the question: can these fixes solve the problems faced by the county's juvenile justice system? Join us Wednesday morning at nine on 90.3.
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