Julie McConnell is an attorney and professor of law at University of Richmond known for her work with the Children's Defense Clinic. She also serves as an expert witness in serious criminal cases involving minors in which the child or teen stands to be tried as an adult or face life in prison.
Today we're discussing the grave consequences of juvenile sentencing in America, and how it relates to racial and social justice.
Did you know America is one of the only countries that tries children as adults?
From the era of "Super predators" to today--How fair is the "Adult sentences for adult crimes" sentiment? Let's talk about it.
Perhaps the real true crime is how we treat today's youth.
Thanks for listening! Find us on Instagram for more. @AccessorytoJustice
All third party audios licensed through Audiio.com.
Our show is purely for educational purposes and cannot replace official legal council.