Marsha Levick

Juvenile Law Center

Guest

Deputy director and chief counsel at the Juvenile Law Center and adjunct faculty at the University of Pennsylvania and Temple Law Schools

Marsha Levick on KCRW

The government made  two big decisions this week  about the treatment of American children in the country’s criminal justice system.

No More Life Sentences or Solitary Confinement for Kids

The government made two big decisions this week about the treatment of American children in the country’s criminal justice system.

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A State Supreme Court majority has refused to review the murder conviction of a 10-year-old boy who confessed to killing his father.

Should Kids Be Allowed to Waive Their Right to Remain Silent?

A State Supreme Court majority has refused to review the murder conviction of a 10-year-old boy who confessed to killing his father.

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