California’s juvenile dependency courts are responsible for protecting children from abuse and neglect, but the courts are often troubled with high attorney caseloads and too little time to carefully consider cases. We take a look at recent proposals to improve the system.

Janet Knipe, executive director of California Youth Connection
Latoya Brown, member of CA Youth Connection
Chris Wu, executive director of Blue Ribbon Commission on children in foster care
Karen De Sa, social services reporter for the San Jose Mercury News

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