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Blacks and Jews in Conversation, Inc. and The Red Hook Community Justice will sponsor the judicial panel, “Youth Courts Workshop, Against Crime: Judges Share Lessons on Life and Law with Brooklyn’s Teens,” July 30 from 5-7 p.m. at the Red Hook Community Justice Center, 88-94 Visitation Place.

The panel discussion will cover “Relations between Police and Teens” and “Rights to Waive a Jury,” and will feature Hon. William H. Miller, Supervising Judge, Kings County Criminal Court & Richmond County Criminal Court; Hon. Milton A. Tingling, Supreme Court, New York County; & Hon. Dorothy Chin-Brandt, Supreme Court, Queens County

For more, go to www.njbjc.org.

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