Circuit Judge Walter Brown Jr. talks to the juveniles and their parents as he hears truancy cases in Richland County’s Family Court. Solicitors in York County say keeping young people in school is significant in helping them avoid crime and prison.
Circuit Judge Walter Brown Jr. talks to the juveniles and their parents as he hears truancy cases in Richland County’s Family Court. Solicitors in York County say keeping young people in school is significant in helping them avoid crime and prison. The State File photo
Circuit Judge Walter Brown Jr. talks to the juveniles and their parents as he hears truancy cases in Richland County’s Family Court. Solicitors in York County say keeping young people in school is significant in helping them avoid crime and prison. The State File photo

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June 17, 2017 8:40 AM

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