In 10 States, Children Can Be Punished With Indefinite Solitary Confinement | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

In 10 States, Children Can Be Punished With Indefinite Solitary Confinement

Ten states allow children in juvenile detention centers to be punished with solitary confinement indefinitely, according to a new report released by the pro bono program at the law firm Lowenstein Sandler. Of the twenty-one states that prohibit the practice, most still allow kids to be isolated for reasons other than punishment.

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