Criminal Justice And Juveniles, Biden’s Transition To President

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We talk to a reporter about a teenager who died by suicide at the Racine County Juvenile Detention Center three years ago and examine how the criminal justice system works — and doesn’t — for juveniles. Then, we discuss what President-elect Joe Biden’s transition into office could look like.

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    Three years ago, a teenage girl who was sexually trafficked was a victim of suicide while being locked up in the Racine County Juvenile Detention Center. We talk with a Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter who investigated the ways the criminal justice system has failed her and other teenagers.

  • What Will The Trump-Biden Transition Look Like?

    President Trump still has not conceded the election, and the administration tasked with acknowledging the president-elect and releasing transition funds has yet to do so. An expert on democratic transitions of power analyzes the current situation through the lens of history.

Episode Credits

  • Kate Archer Kent Host
  • Joe Tarr Producer
  • Colleen Leahy Producer
  • Lee Rayburn Technical Director
  • Rory Linnane Guest
  • Martha Kumar Guest