Last Chance in Texas: The Redemption of Criminal Youth

Last Chance in Texas: The Redemption of Criminal Youth

By John Hubner

Reviewed by David L Chadwick, MD

Spring 2006 - Volume 10 Number 1

Last Chance in Texas is about a way some teenagers who have committed serious crimes can be habilitated and re-enter society with a very low risk of recidivism. It holds interest for health providers for several reasons.




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