Phasing Out Juvenile Justice

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 (David Gross/KQED)

Governor Jerry Brown has proposed phasing out the state Division of Juvenile Justice over the next three years -- a move which the Legislative Analyst's Office says could save the state more than $100 million. But critics argue the counties don't have the resources or training to take care of the state's most violent juvenile offenders.

Guests:

Barry Krisberg, director of the Earl Warren Institute on Law and Social Policy at UC Berkeley's Boalt Hall School of Law

Brian Brown, managing principal analyst at the Legislative Analyst's Office

Selena Teji, communications specialist with the Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice

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