Minorities Get Hearing Before Transferring To Another Prison

A state appellate court has governed that young lawbreakers in New Jersey are allowed to due-process trials before they are reassigned from a facility for the young lawbreakers to the prison for adults.

Last Tuesday, the decision was made public which repeals the administrative rule that permitted the young justice officials to reassign some young lawbreakers to the prisons for adults without even informing the minorities.

The incident was brought by an unnamed young lawbreaker who was proved in a juvenile room and initiate delinquent of individual offenses. He primarily was punished to a facility for youths, but was afterward reassigned to prison for adults after he apparently hit a corrections lawman.

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