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People age 40 and up buck tradition, commit more crime while felony juvenile arrests drop

People age 40 and up buck tradition, commit more crime while felony juvenile arrests drop

Los Angeles Daily News, May 26, 2011

Keywords: cost-benefit analysis, crime trends, Mike Males, state policy, three strikes

Posted in Sentencing, Juvenile Justice

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