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Task force to study raising top Juvenile Court age from 17 to 18

Monday 21st of January 2019 | North America, United States
Boston Herald
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A powerhouse think tank of public-safety officials, judges, politicians and prosecutors tasked with studying the viability of raising the maximum age of Juvenile Court defendants from 17 to 18 – and perhaps one day, as old as 20 – will muster for the first time Tuesday at the State House to draw up a road map for the work ahead.

The Criminal Justice Task Force on Juvenile Age, established last year as part of Gov. Charlie Baker’s Criminal Justice Reform Act,  is chaired by state Rep. Paul F. Tucker, retired chief of the Salem Police Department, and state Sen. Cynthia Stone Creem, a fellow Democrat from Newton, according to member Sana Fadel.

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