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Georgia looking at ways to reform juvenile justice

Officials trying to deal with low-risk offenders more efficiently

Georgia looking at ways to reform juvenile justice

Georgia looking at ways to reform juvenile justice


ATLANTA — After overhauling its adult criminal justice system this year to provide alternative sentences for nonviolent offenders and reduce skyrocketing prison costs, the state of Georgia is turning its attention to the juvenile justice system.


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