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Globe Editorial

Fair hearings for children

September 15, 2006

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NIGHT BAIL hearings are a routine practice in police stations when suspects are arrested after court business hours. Designed to safeguard the liberty of the accused, the right to reasonable bail has long been a guaranteed protection in all but the most serious crimes. But somehow in Massachusetts, that right has disappeared for juveniles, the most vulnerable population to face ... (Full article: 630 words)

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