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Timberlake Honored for Work in Juvenile Justice System

George W. Timberlake of Mount Carmel, retired chief judge of the Second Judicial Circuit, has been honored for his dedication and accomplishments in improving the juvenile justice system in Illinois. Timberlake is chairman of the Illinois Juvenile Justice Commission. He was honored by Treatment Alternatives for Safe Communities with the TASC 2010 Public Voice Leadership Award. The honor was presented during a TASC luncheon Dec. 1 in Chicago. In addition to heading the Juvenile Justice…

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