Posted Monday, January 22, 2007
When it comes to juvenile offenders, rehabilitation does not seem to be the priority for Ohio, which raises the question: what is? When the lives of more than 1,800 incarcerated young Ohioans are at stake, it becomes an important question, and even more so when we consider that more than 300 of them will likely end up back in prison as adults. On The Sound of Ideas, a conversation about the present and future of juvenile justice. That's Monday morning at nine on 90.3.
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