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Juvenile Delinquency

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  • Ex-teacher convicted of student sex charges released from jail early

    Ex-teacher convicted of student sex charges released from jail early
    A former Redlands schoolteacher convicted of having sex with three of her students, and who gave birth to a child fathered by one of the teens, has been released from San Bernardino County jail after serving six months of her one-year sentence. Laura...
  • 'Inevitable': As Jahi McMath deteriorates, brain-death case nears end

    'Inevitable': As Jahi McMath deteriorates, brain-death case nears end
    The lawyer for the family of Jahi McMath said this week the 13-year-old girl's body had deteriorated badly since she was declared brain-dead at an Oakland hospital. But it's an inevitable end, according to a physician's declaration filed in court during...
  • '70s heartthrob David Cassidy arrested on suspicion of DUI near LAX

    '70s heartthrob David Cassidy arrested on suspicion of DUI near LAX
    Former pop singing star David Cassidy was arrested near LAX on Friday night on suspicion of drunk driving, the California Highway Patrol said Saturday. Cassidy, now 63 and a resident of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., was driving a rental car shortly after 9 p....
  • Growing up behind bars

    Growing up behind bars
    "It could have been anyone in this courtroom. Your mother. Your lawyer. It could have been me." The judge drilled down on the random murder of a woman for her car. Edel Gonzalez, a diminutive 38-year-old man, sat shackled in a prison jumpsuit before the...
  • Teen pleads not guilty to attempted murder in hit-and-run

    Teen pleads not guilty to attempted murder in hit-and-run
    An 18-year-old man pleaded not guilty Monday to charges stemming from a November incident in Lakeview Terrace in which he is accused of dragging two teenage girls underneath his car and then leaving them. Miguel Angel Jimenez pleaded not guilty in Los...
  • '16 and Pregnant' helped reduce teen births, study finds

    '16 and Pregnant' helped reduce teen births, study finds
    It turns out reality TV can sometimes be good for you. At least that seems to be the take-away from a report issued Monday by the National Bureau of Economic Research which finds that the MTV reality series "16 and Pregnant" has actually had a positive...
  • An open Dependency Court harms no one

    An open Dependency Court harms no one
    For almost two years, the proceedings of the Los Angeles County Dependency Court — where thousands of cases involving foster children are heard annually — have been generally open to the press. That's a new arrangement in a system that has...
  • 2 reportedly on 'meth binge' arrested after teen found dead in forest

    2 reportedly on 'meth binge' arrested after teen found dead in forest
    Two men said to be "on a multiday meth binge" were in custody Thursday in connection with the death of a teenage girl whose body was found in a stream in the Sierra National Forest. The men were being held on suspicion of willful cruelty to a child,...
  • Man accused of shooting officer in Inglewood standoff to be arraigned

    Man accused of shooting officer in Inglewood standoff to be arraigned
    A man who allegedly shot and injured a police officer during a hostage standoff in Inglewood last month is scheduled to be arraigned Friday on a charge of attempted murder. Christopher Warsaw, 45, was arrested on Nov. 27 after he surrendered to police...
  • 2 Colorado teens arrested in alleged plot to shoot up their school

    2 Colorado teens arrested in alleged plot to shoot up their school
    TRINIDAD, Colo. -- Police in southern Colorado said Friday they thwarted a school shooting plot by two teenagers, one of whom was said to idolize mass shooters, just a week after a student opened fire in the halls of a suburban Denver high school....
  • Life without parole for juveniles is struck down in Massachusetts

    The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court struck down a judge’s power to choose to give a life sentence without parole to juveniles. The unanimous ruling by the state’s highest court came after the U.S. Supreme Court in June struck down...