The Center’s work on juvenile court fees draws attention from Boise State Public Radio

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The Center’s examination of fees in the juvenile court system and the burden they can place on families drew the interest of Boise State Public Radio. Policy associate Kendra Knighten spoke with Morning Edition host George Prentice about the Center’s findings and what they mean for youth involved in the court system as well as their families. You can read a transcript of the interview here.

As thousands of Idaho juvenile offenders remain ‘in the system,’ families are shackled to ‘cost of care’ and collection fees | Boise State Public Radio

You can also find the Center’s report on state juvenile fees here.

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