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Young People Who Can't Pay Court Fees Are Getting Trapped In The Criminal Justice System

Tuesday 7th of May 2019 | Amerique du Nord, États-Unis
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WASHINGTON — Shyara Hill’s five-year struggle with the criminal justice system started because she hit a boy at school who had been bullying her little brother.

Hill was 16 years old and a student at Upper Darby High School, a Philadelphia-area school with more than 3,500 students. She was sent to the office of a vice principal who never showed up. She says that after hours of waiting, she tried to leave, and that’s when security guards blocked her. When she tried to push past them, they charged her with assault.

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