4 February 2000
The Effect of Landmark Supreme Court Cases on Juvenile Justice
Thesis: In the past juvenile offenders were held to the same standards and sanctions as adult offenders. The juvenile justice system has changed in the past 100 years as result of several case laws.
II. The first juvenile courts.
A. Parens Patriae
B. Uniform Juvenile Court Act
III. Kent v. United States
IV. In Re Gault
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