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CRIME AND COURT ROUNDUP: Debate rages on about the future of the suspects who stabbed a 12-year-old girl

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The stabbing of a 12-year-old Waukesha girl has put a new focus on a state law that requires adult charges for murder and attempted murder suspects as young as 10.  Wisconsin is among 29 states that require adult charges for children accused of committing the most serious crimes.  Many of those laws were passed in the 1980's-and-'90's, amid concern that America would fall prey to youngsters from broken homes who'd show no remorse for killing.

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