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Jun 07, 2018

Courts Address Important Public Interests Related to the Juvenile Justice System

In two recent New Jersey cases, courts addressed important public interests related to the juvenile justice system.

In April, the New Jersey Supreme Court, In re State ex rel. C.K., (2018), ruled that the New Jersey Constitution was violated by a statute that permanently barred juveniles found delinquent of certain sex offenses from seeking relief from the registration and community notification provisions of Megan’s law. » Read More

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