State agencies reject public defender’s call for broad release of juveniles

The Maryland public defender’s office seeks too much in its call for judges to release all detained and incarcerated juveniles who do not pose an immediate threat of seriously harming someone, state agencies responsible for the youngsters’ safety told Maryland’s top court Wednesday as it considers ways to stanch the spread of the COVID-19 virus ...

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