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Unification of courts to achieve positive outcomes for children

An article from last week in the Connecticut Law Tribune asks an incomplete question: “Criminal And Family Courts: Are They Actually Separate?” What this article rightly calls our attention to is the integrated nature of our justice system–in spite of the fact that individual components of the justice system are often intentionally segregated from one another.

I’m not sure what that should actually mean when it comes to justice-system impact on children, but I think that constantly considering that all parts of the justice system impact families and children is important.

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