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From Prison To Juvenile Justice Lawyer

San Francisco Chronicle by: Meredith May A group of incarcerated teenage boys at the O.H. Close Youth Correctional Facility in Stockton slouch in plastic orange chairs, arms crossed, scowling at their tie-clad visitor, whose lecture will eat into their TV…
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Turning a Corner

Daily Journal Staff Writer By Sara Randazzo Francis “Frankie” Guzman learned at an early age what it means to be discriminated against. In juvenile hall for armed robbery at age 15, Guzman watched as two young white women who robbed…
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