May 24, 2010 – Segment 3

Both Governor Martin O’Malley and former Governor Robert Ehrlich made campaign promises to reform Maryland’s flawed juvenile justice system.  We check in to see whether those promises were met, and where the state’s system is today.  Our guests are:
Kimberly Armstrong, founder and Executive Director of the Eric R. Villines Advocacy Institute, which works to reform juvenile justice. Kimberly lost her 16-year-old son to street violence. 
State Senator Bobby Zirkin, who represents Maryland’s 11th District
Angela Conyers Johnese, Juvenile Justice Director for Advocates for Children and Youth