This case addresses whether an interlocutory appeal can be heard from a decision to transfer a youth to adult court.
This case involves Adolfo Davis, a minor, who was given a sentence of life without the possibility of parole for
This case challenges the California Secretary of State’s recent interpretation of state laws regarding voting rights for those convicted of
Sara Kruzan was sentenced to life without possibility of parole for a shooting she committed in 1994 when she was
In November 2004, the voters of California enacted the Mental Health Services Act to increase mental health services in California.
A decade ago, lawyers representing Arizona’s Medicaid-eligible children filed JK v. Dillenberg , a class-action lawsuit seeking improved access to
The National Center for Youth Law, Juvenile Law Center, and Legal Voice filed an amicus brief in the Alaska Supreme
In 1980, Jeff D., on behalf of a class of approximately 18,000 children with severe emotional and mental disabilities, brought