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WYOMING PERSPECTIVES

Juvenile Justice in Wyoming

  • Aired: 01/01/2011
  • 57:55
  • Rating: NR
State leaders, legal professionals and reform advocates continue to passionately debate the current status and future of the juvenile justice system in Wyoming. Margaret Benson visits with Chuck Kratz - Fremont County Youth Services Director; Jeani Stone - Campbell County Prosecuting Attorney; Beth Evans, Ph.D - Chairman of the Wyoming State Advisory Council on Juvenile Justice; and Rep. K. Brown.
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