Juvenile Justice Bill Advances In Kentucky Legislature

A bill that would prevent some teenagers from automatically being tried as adults in the court system passed out of a committee in the Kentucky legislature on Thursday.

Senate Bill 36, the so-called “juvenile justice bill,” would do away with the state’s automatic transfer law, which requires minors age 14 or older to be tried in adult court if they are charged with a crime involving a firearm.

Read More

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *