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Arrested Again: Juvenile Recidivism in Orange County

Photo: Andrew Scott Bolsinger.

Photo: Andrew Scott Bolsinger.

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What happens when kids who enter Orange County’s criminal system are released?

A small percentage of them re-enter the system.

As a follow up to her five-part series, Young & Arrested, 90.7’s Renata Sago wrote a column in the Orlando Sentinel about the perils of juvenile recidivism. 

**Read it here.**

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About Renata Sago

Renata Sago