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Give judges and probation officers tools needed to help juvenile offenders

By Judge R. Mark Browning

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 23, 2014

~~<p>Every day, Family Court judges across Hawaii administer justice in cases involving some of our youngest citizens. This is no small task.</p>
<p>Courts face significant challenges putting youth back on track, a responsibility that affects youths, families and entire communities. While some children welcome the chance Family Court affords to correct behavior, others require significant court attention and intervention to reduce the likelihood that they will commit another crime.</p>
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Every day, Family Court judges across Hawaii administer justice in cases involving some of our youngest citizens. This is no small task.

Courts face significant challenges putting youth back on track, a responsibility that affects youths, families and entire communities. While some children welcome the chance Family Court affords to correct behavior, others require significant court attention and intervention to reduce the likelihood that they will commit another crime. Login for more...



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