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Juvenile Delinquency

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  • Bank fined $1.5M for ignoring judge's suspicious activity

    A bank in northeastern Pennsylvania has been fined $1.5 million for failing to file suspicious activity reports linked to a juvenile justice scandal. U.S. Treasury Department investigators announced the penalty Friday against First National Community...
  • Connecticut court tosses 100-year sentence imposed on teen

    The Connecticut Supreme Court on Friday overturned a 100-year prison sentence that was imposed on a Hartford teenager in a murder case, saying juveniles cannot be treated the same as adults when being sentenced for violent crimes. In a 5-2 ruling,...
  • Minor faces charge after school bus hit with rock

    Minor faces charge after school bus hit with rock
    A minor was arrested Friday after police say he threw a rock at a school bus, injuring one of its passengers. The bus was stopped in the 2500 block of Northwest 60th Terrace in Sunrise at about 8:54 a.m. when it was hit with a rock, said Officer Cindi...
  • Pa. bank fined $1.5M for ignoring judge's suspicious activity in juvenile justice scandal

    Pa. bank fined $1.5M for ignoring judge's suspicious activity in juvenile justice scandal
    DUNMORE (AP) — A bank in northeastern Pennsylvania has been fined $1.5 million for failing to file suspicious activity reports linked to a juvenile justice scandal. U.S. Treasury Department investigators announced the penalty Friday against...
  • Court reports

    Probation for man on sexual misconduct charge A Chicago man was sentenced Wednesday to three years on probation for sexual misconduct with a minor. Armando Trevino, 40, admitted in court that he fondled a 15-year-old girl on Dec. 1, 2009, at a residence...
  • 2 teens ordered to stand trial in group home beating death

    Two teens were ordered to stand trial as adults in the beating death of a third teen at a Pennsylvania group home for troubled boys last month. Malik Crosby, 16, and Yusuf Shepard, 15, are charged with criminal homicide, aggravated assault and conspiracy...
  • White House-sponsored event at UMBC probes help for students in juvenile justice system

    White House-sponsored event at UMBC probes help for students in juvenile justice system
    Students and administrators from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, participating in a White House-sponsored education symposium Wednesday, promoted a program that they say helps youths in the juvenile justice system, particularly African-...
  • CEO sells programs to predict crime while battling own cases

    The CEO of a Utah company that has emerged as a key player in a national movement to overhaul the justice system is a repeat offender himself. Sean Hosman's dual roles as advocate for change and repeat visitor at county jails provide a striking case...
  • A criminal justice advocate wages his own battle with crime

    Sean Hosman is a leading voice in the national push to transform the justice system by predicting which criminals will commit crimes again. He also is a repeat offender himself, whose trips in and out of jail provide a striking case study of the...
  • Ex-coach in New Jersey hazing case retains teaching job

    The former coach of the New Jersey high school football program that had its season canceled amid hazing and sexual assault allegations will remain a teacher. The Sayreville school board on Tuesday night reassigned George Najjar from the high school,...
  • Kendall State's Attorney's Office handling more cases involving children

    Kendall State's Attorney's Office handling more cases involving children
    The Kendall County State's Attorney's office has handled progressively fewer cases during the past three years. But the bad news is that the county has been seeing more juvenile abuse and neglect cases, according to State's Attorney Eric Weis' 2014...