Raise the Age is A Reality in North Carolina

Raise the Age is A Reality in North Carolina

As you may have heard, last week both the NC House and Senate passed the State budget, which included raising the age of juvenile court jurisdiction from 15 to 17 years of age beginning in December 2019. While Governor Cooper vetoed the budget this week, both chambers...
Juvenile Defenders Reflect – NC Bar Journal

Juvenile Defenders Reflect – NC Bar Journal

The May edition of the North Carolina Bar Journal features an article entitled “Juvenile Defenders Reflect on Their Careers and 50 Years Since.”  Juvenile Defender Eric Zogry interviews a panel featuring  Barbara Fedders, assistant professor at UNC School of Law and...
Food, Fellowship, and Philanthropy Meet the Challenge

Food, Fellowship, and Philanthropy Meet the Challenge

Challenge grant from The Leon Levine Foundation inspires $82,000 for children in need.  On June 6, CFCR board member Leslie Schlernitzauer and her husband Bruce hosted 57 CFCR friends and supporters for a dinner to commemorate the 50th anniversary of In re Gault, the...

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