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Judge rules to keep 15-year-old Michigan girl in juvenile detention for not completing school work

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A judge in Michigan ruled to keep a 15-year-old girl in juvenile detention until September for violations, saying the case goes beyond unfinished homework and is about repeated violations and the need for the girl to finish counseling programs, despite protests. WDIV's Grant Hermes reports.