By Gary Gately | Juvenile Justice Information Exchange | Sept. 23, 2013
Juveniles accused of crimes can be subject to high-pressure interrogations, and experts are concerned with the results. Investigative News Network member, the Juvenile Justice Information Exchange, has the story.
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