Criminalizing the American Juvenile Court

@inproceedings{Feld2017CriminalizingTA,
  title={Criminalizing the American Juvenile Court},
  author={Barry C. Feld},
  year={2017}
}
Progressive reformers envisioned a therapeutic juvenile court that made individualized treatment decisions in the child's "best interests." The Supreme Court's Gault decision provided the impetus for transforming the juvenile court from an informal welfare agency into a scaled-down criminal court. Since Gault, the juvenile court procedures increasingly resemble those of adult courts, although in some respects, such as assistance of counsel, juveniles receive less adequate protections. Judicial… CONTINUE READING

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