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Daivion Davis sits in his apartment on May 7, 2015 in Los Angeles. Davis, 21, just got out of prison, where he went to solitary confinement more than three dozen times while he was serving time for murder. There is currently a bill in Sacramento to ban the use of solitary confinement for juveniles. (Bob Chamberlin/Los Angeles Time/TNS)

Looking To End Time In ‘The Box’ For Youthful Offenders

Juvenile and mental health advocates and officials nationwide have long debated whether placing young inmates like Davis in “the box,” or any form of solitary confinement, does more harm than good.

June 1, 2015

Idaho Teen Held In Solitary For Months After Murder Charges

By Matt Pearce, Los Angeles Times The crime was so awful that readers of the local paper in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, complained that the details were too graphic to print. “Blood everywhere,” one officer noted in a police report, describing the apartment where he’d found blood on the floor, blood on the ceiling, and the […]

July 24, 2014