Case prompts lawmakers to revisit access to juvenile records


There may soon be another attempt to expand police access to juvenile court records. Governor Doyle vetoed a bill in 2007 that would have allowed police to get quick access to a juvenile’s record at the time of an arrest. Gilman Halsted reports.

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