Working with kids in juvenile court is fast moving, intimate and direct…a lot like playing football without a helmet. That insight comes from retired juvenile court prosecutor Elisabeth MacNamara. This former ADA in DeKalb County, Georgia says the courts need more programs to help families and children in crisis. MacNamara spent four years supervising prosecutors in juvenile court, and 20 years in Superior Court. She retired last May to become the President of the League of Women Voters of the United States. She shares some candid and surprising views about the juvenile justice system.