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Hearings start on releasing some youths from Cook County juvenile detention over COVID-19 fears

As of late Tuesday afternoon, more than 20 young people had been ordered released from the facility, with more hearings to continue Wednesday. It’s up to a judge to make the determination if a minor’s release from custody is appropriate, including a consideration about whether the child poses an urgent risk to themselves or others.

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