Article by YLC staff attorney Sue Burrell focuses on the damage caused by collateral consequences of juvenile court proceedings – the predictable as well as unanticipated impacts on young people’s ability to move forward in their lives and offers nine suggested ways to reduce collateral consequences. The article appears as a chapter in the published […]
Report by the Justice Policy Institute outlining the costs of juvenile incarceration.
Op-ed by YLC Staff Attorney Sue Burrell on the cost of juvenile detention published by the Sacramento Bee
Power point presentation spells out what collateral consequences are and what needs to be done.
This is a collateral consequences check list for youth who are in the juvenile justice system in California.