Posts tagged ‘juvenile delinquency’

August 25, 2012

Juvenile Delinquency

Mentors Crucial to Curb Recidivism for Youths, published in the Juvenile Justice Information Exchange (JJIE), a publication covering juvenile justice and related issues nationally on a consistent, daily basis (also as downloadable PDF).
It has been said that all a child needs is one caring adult in order to become a success in life. When a child is removed from home because of parental abuse or neglect or the child’s delinquent behavior, often the best path to a successful life involves one caring adult who acts as a mentor and a guide. If this is true, it contains an important message for juvenile court judges and for the attorneys and other professionals who children meet.

Access Denied: A National Snapshot of States’ Failure to Protect Children’s Right to Counsel (May 2017)
A new publication of the National Juvenile Defender Center (NJDL)

One Caring Adult
Winter  2017, The Bench, the official magazine of the California Judges Association

Juvenile Court Corner: Arranging Your Courtroom to be a More Effective Judge
Spring 2017, The Bench, the official magazine of the California Judges Association

Download PowerPoint file: Judicial Oversight—The Role of Judges in Congregate Care Reform, slide presentation by Judge Leonard Edwards (ret.), Santa Clara County, California Judge Michael Nash (ret.), Los Angeles County, California

Are Children Simply Small Adults?
Autumn 2013, The Juvenile Court Corner of The Bench, the official magazine of the California Judges Association

The Case for Abolishing Fitness Hearings In Juvenile Court
17 Santa Clara Law Review 595 (1977)

A Study of Juvenile Record Sealing Practices in California
4 Pepperdine Law Review 543 (1976-1977)