Interim committee seeks representation for juveniles

Critics complain it could take away parental control Following revelations that an estimated 45 percent of juveniles last year in Colorado faced delinquency cases without an attorney, lawmakers this week recommended legislation to address the deficiency. But some prosecutors and lawmakers believe requiring attorneys for a youth offender limits parental rights, which could set up […]

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