A commission charged with reviewing the Luzerne County, Pa., judicial corruption scandal released a 66-page final report Thursday, recommending scores of new procedures to protect juveniles who appear in the state’s delinquency courts and to increase judicial accountability.
Some 43 recommendations were made to review and revise the state’s juvenile delinquency process, the roles of judges, masters and prosecutors in those cases and the state’s judicial disciplinary system. Most notable, however, may be a recommendation that was not made.
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