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for Popular Government Vol. 63 Issue 2, Winter 1998
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Juvenile court counselors function in many roles, including social worker and probation officer. They deal with juveniles charged with felonies or other offenses and insure that the court system handles them in a way that is in the best interest of all.
On November 5, 1997, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill honored the founder of the Institute of Government, Albert Coates, and his wife Gladys Hall Coates, by renaming the original Institute building for them.