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Panel at Stetson Law in Gulfport explores breaking the school-to-prison pipeline

Story by Valeria Obi
“A lot of juvenile decisions often end up with adult consequences,” Judge Patrice Moore told an audience of students, faculty and community members gathered in the Great Hall at Stetson Law last Thursday evening.
Judge Moore, of the 6th Judicial Circuit, joined a panel of experts on the Gulfport campus on Feb. 2 to discuss the impact of zero-tolerance law on… » Read more

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WMNF News – Feb. 3, 2012 – Professor Judith Scully

Professor Judith Scully talks with WMNF News for the story, “Criminal justice professionals want to curtail school-to-prison pipeline.”… » Read more

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Orlando Sentinel April 2011 Professor Robert Batey

Professor Robert Batey spoke with the Orlando Sentinel about justice for juveniles.

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