Source: (1999) Indianapolis, Indiana: Indiana Legislative Services Agency.
The Indiana Legislative Council directed the Interim Study Committee on Juvenile Law and Restorative Justice to accomplish two tasks: (1) to study issues of concern relating to juvenile laws in Indiana and to recommend revision and improvement of those laws; and (2) to study whether the implementation of restorative justice principles would be appropriate for Indiana. The committee met on three occasions in 1999 to consider and answer those issues and questions. This report summarizes testimony and discussion at those committee hearings.
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