Mass. court voids DYS custody based on 'dangerousness'
Justices' ruling to free 12 held
The highest court in Massachusetts struck down a law yesterday that allows the state to keep juvenile offenders who are slated to be released at 18 in custody for three more years if they are believed to be dangerous. (Full article: 881 words)
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