The Constitutional Rights Of Children

Author: David Spinoza Tanenhaus
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ISBN: 9780700618132
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Documents the 1967 Supreme Court case appealing the harsh sentencing of a teen for a minor offense and the ways in which the trial marked an important turning point for children's rights, discussing events against a backdrop of a changing ...

Understanding Your Right To Due Process

Author: Marty Gitlin
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group
ISBN: 1448894700
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Miles to Go for Freedom: Segregation and Civil Rights in the Jim Crow Years.
New York, NY: Abrams Books ... David Spinoza. The Constitutional Rights of
Children: In Re Gault and Juvenile Justice (Landmark Law Cases & American
Society).

American Government And Politics Today Essentials 2017 2018 Edition

Author: Barbara A. Bardes
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1337091219
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Juveniles. Approximately 75 million Americans—about 24 percent of the total
population—are under eighteen years of age. ... The reason for this lack of rights
is the presumption of society that children basically are protected by their parents.
This is ... Board of Education of Topeka, the landmark civil rights case of 1954
discussed earlier in this chapter. ... In the 1967 case In re Gault,34 the Court
expressly held that children have a constitutional right to be represented by
counsel at the ...

American Government And Politics Today The Essentials 2007

Author: Barbara Bardes
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 049509806X
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In one case, a court even went so far as to award custody to a father because the
child's mother was a lesbian, even though ... Rights. and. Status. of. Juveniles.
Approximately 76 million Americans—almost 30 percent of the total population—
are under ... However defined, children in the United States have fewer rights and
protections than any other major group in society. ... In 1967, in In re Gault,42 the
Court expressly held that children have a constitutional right to be represented by
 ...

Black Girls And Adolescents Facing The Challenges

Author: Catherine Fisher Collins
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1440830541
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An overall aim of the juvenile justice system is not to punish juveniles like adult
offenders, but provide rather rehabilitation ... New York City's Society for the
Prevention of Juvenile Delinquency established the New York House of Refuge
to house juvenile delinquents in 1825. ... In the landmark case of In re Gault (
1967), the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that despite juvenile court proceedings
being civil, juveniles have rights under due process of law; meaning that
juveniles have the same ...

Juvenile Justice And Juvenile Delinquency

Author: James Windell
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1498740367
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In rendering his opinion, Justice Fortas quoted from the Challenge of Crime in a
Free Society, a report that had ... crime in America: Fears have been expressed
that lawyers would make juvenile court proceedings adversary [adversarial]. ...
And in all cases children need advocates to speak for them and guard their
interests, particularly when disposition decisions are made. ... (In re Gault, 1967;
The President's Commission on Law Enforcement and the Administration of
Justice, 1967).

American Government And Politics Today Texas Edition 2007 2008

Author: Steffen Schmidt
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 0495392022
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In one case, a court even went so far as to award custody to a father because the
child's mother was a lesbian, even though ... Rights. and. Status. of. Juveniles.
Approximately 76 million Americans—almost 30 percent of the total population—
are under ... However defined, children in the United States have fewer rights and
protections than any other major group in society. ... In 1967, in In re Gault,42 the
Court expressly held that children have a constitutional right to be represented by
 ...

The Hastings Law Journal

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While the landmark decisions of the era afforded the parent-child relationship
constitutional protection from unreasonable state interference, they did not give
parents an absolute right to control their children's upbringing. ... State
Incarceration In re Gault,” the leading case in the area of juvenile delinquency, is
important for its holding and its statements ... In American society, the Supreme
Court first acknowledged the “tradition” of parents controlling the upbringing of
their children by ...

Bulletin Of The American Academy Of Psychiatry And The Law

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The Insanity Defense in Juvenile Delinquency Proceedings MAXINE M.
HARRINGTON, ESQ. ... what is the best model for dealing with mentally ill
juvenile offenders, both from the juvenile's viewpoint and that of society as a
whole. ... However, as the Supreme Court recognized in its 1967 landmark
opinion, In re Gault, 1 important constitutional rights of children had, in fact, ... In a
series of cases dealing with the juvenile court system, the Supreme Court has
generally held that juveniles ...