Should Older Teens Be Viewed as Adults in Court?

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Neuroscientist Dr. Don Vaughn shares he has a family member who at 19 was committed of a federal felony – and 20 years later he cannot vote, get a professional license, and has trouble getting a job. Is it fair for non-violent crimes to follow you throughout your life? Clinical psychologist and attorney Lisa Strohman weighs in.