9780314152497

Cases And Materials On Juvenile Justice Administration

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  • ISBN13:

    9780314152497

  • ISBN10:

    0314152490

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2004-12-30
  • Publisher: West Academic

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Summary

Casebook focuses on three themes: legal and administrative consequences of regulating children rather than adults; procedural and substantive implications of a justice system that emphasizes treatment rather than punishment; and tensions between discretion and rules that occur in a system that treats children rather than punishes adults. Incorporates empirical evaluations and presents psychological research into controversial issues such as gender and racial disparities in juvenile justice administration. Examines the pretrial detention of juveniles and examines how and when states try youths in criminal court rather than in juvenile court. Also explores the alternative sentencing options available to juvenile courts.

Table of Contents

Dedication iii
Preface v
Acknowledgements vii
Table of Cases
xxiii
Table of Statutes
xxxi
Introduction
1(47)
Origins of the Juvenile Justice System
1(19)
Illinois Juvenile Court Act of 1899
3(3)
Illinois Juvenile Court Act of 1899, as Amended 1907
6(10)
Notes
16(4)
The Constitutional Domestication of the Juvenile Court
20(10)
In Re Gault
20(6)
Notes
26(4)
The Contemporary Juvenile Court: Post-Gault Judicial and Legislative Changes
30(18)
Notes
38(10)
Juvenile Court Jurisdiction Over Delinquents and Status Offenders
48(134)
Notes
50(1)
Juvenile Justice Administration in Social Structural and Demographic Context
51(17)
Juvenile Court Jurisdiction: Criminal Violations
68(55)
Criminal Law Jurisprudence and Juvenile Justice: Common Law Infancy Mens Rea
70(1)
In re Tyvonne J
70(5)
In re Gladys R
75(6)
Notes
81(13)
Criminal Law Jurisprudence and Juvenile Justice: Competency and Insanity
94(1)
Insanity
94(1)
Commonwealth v. Chatman
94(7)
Notes
101(2)
Competency
103(1)
Golden v. State
104(2)
Notes
106(7)
Punishment, Treatment, and Sentencing Juveniles
113(1)
In re Eric J
114(3)
Notes
117(6)
Non-Criminal Misconduct---Status Offenses
123(35)
Notes
125(4)
S. S. And L. B. v. State
129(6)
Notes
135(6)
Curfew: An Offense for Children Only
141(1)
Qutb v. Bartlett
142(6)
Notes
148(10)
Controlling Street Gangs
158(24)
Anti--Gang ``Loitering'' Statutes
164(1)
City of Chicago v. Morales
164(8)
Note
172(1)
Anti--Gang Injunctions
172(1)
People ex rel. Gallo v. acuna
172(9)
Note
181(1)
Police and Juveniles: Pre-Trial Criminal Procedure
182(162)
Criminal Procedure and Juvenile Justice
182(19)
Note
184(1)
Lanes v. State
184(6)
Notes
190(2)
In re Tyrell J
192(4)
Note
196(1)
In the Interests of J.G.
197(2)
Notes
199(2)
Searching Juveniles: Schools and ``Special Needs''
201(67)
Searching Juveniles in School
202(1)
New Jersey v. T.L.O.
202(16)
Notes
218(11)
Drug Detection in Schools
229(1)
Doe v. Renfrow
229(7)
Notes
236(9)
Drug--Testing Students
245(1)
Vernonia School District 47J v. Acton
245(10)
Notes
255(13)
Consent Searches, ``Voluntariness,'' And Youthfulness
268(6)
In re J.M.
270(4)
Note
274(1)
Pre--Trial Interrogation of Juveniles
274(58)
``Totality of the Circumstances''
277(1)
Fare v. Michael C.
277(11)
Notes
288(14)
Parental Presence
302(1)
In the Interests of Dino
303(5)
Notes
308(16)
Right to Counsel
324(1)
In the Interest of J.D.Z.
324(3)
Notes
327(5)
Confidentiality and Pre--Trial Procedures: Line-Ups, Photographs, Fingerprints, and Publicity
332(12)
Photographs, Fingerprints, and Other Records
334(1)
In the Interest of M. B.
334(1)
Notes
335(1)
Lanes v. State
336(1)
Notes
336(3)
Pre--Trial Publicity
339(1)
Smith v. Daily Mail Publishing Co.
339(4)
Note
343(1)
Preliminary Screening Procedures: Diversion, Intake, And the Filing of Charges
344(57)
Intake Screening and Diversion of Juveniles---Whether to Refer to Juvenile Court
347(12)
Intake ``Adjustment'' of Delinquency Referrals
351(1)
Notes
352(1)
Intake and Diversion
353(5)
Notes
358(1)
Formalizing Diversion
359(17)
Diversion Contracts
359(4)
Notes
363(10)
Notes
373(3)
Restorative Justice--Another Rationale for Juvenile Justice
376(12)
Notes
383(5)
Procedural Safeguards at Intake
388(7)
In the Matter of Frank H.
388(2)
Notes
390(5)
Whether to File a Petition
395(6)
In the Matter of Appeal in Maricopa County
396(3)
Notes
399(2)
Pretrial Detention
401(82)
Right to Bail
409(5)
L. O. W. v. The District Court
409(3)
Notes
412(2)
Pretrial Detention
414(37)
Schall v. Martin
414(19)
Notes
433(18)
Detention Procedures
451(22)
Statutory and Procedural Comparison and Contrast
452(6)
Time Within Which to Hold Detention Hearing
458(1)
Alfredo A. v. Superior Court of Los Angeles County
458(8)
Notes
466(1)
Substantive Grounds for Detention
467(1)
People v. Juvenile Court, City and County of Denver
467(5)
Note
472(1)
Detaining Juveniles in Adult Jails
473(10)
D.B. v. Tewksbury
476(5)
Notes
481(2)
Waiver of Juvenile Court Jurisdiction
483(190)
Waiver and Juvenile Court Sentencing Policy Issues---What to Do When The Kid Is a Criminal and the Criminal Is a Kid
490(9)
Notes
491(8)
Judicial Waiver
499(73)
Kent v. United States
499(7)
Note
506(1)
Breed v. Jones
506(6)
Notes
512(4)
Judicial Waiver Procedures
516(1)
Waiver in California---Rebuttable Presumption
516(4)
People v. Jones
520(11)
Notes
531(2)
Waiver in Michigan---Procedures and Evidence
533(4)
People v. Hana
537(5)
Notes
542(6)
Waiver in Minnesota: From ``Amenability to Treatment'' to ``Public Safety''---A Case---Study of Waiver Reforms
548(14)
Problem
562(1)
In the Matter of the Welfare of D.F.B.
563(2)
In the Matter of the Welfare of D.F.B.
565(2)
Notes
567(1)
Presumptive Certification, ``Public Safety,'' and Excluded Offenses
568(4)
Legislative Offense Exclusion and Prosecutorial ``Direct File''
572(50)
Exclusion of Offenses From Juvenile Court Jurisdiction
573(1)
United States v. Bland
574(11)
Notes
585(8)
Concurrent Jurisdiction or Prosecutorial ``Direct File''
593(3)
Notes
596(2)
Manduley v. Superior Court of San Diego County
598(13)
Notes
611(2)
``Transfer Back'' or Reverse Certification
613(7)
Notes
620(2)
Consequences of Waiver: Criminal Court Careers of Transferred Juveniles
622(51)
Records of Juvenile Convictions to Enhance Adult Sentences
626(1)
United States v. Johnson
627(3)
Notes
630(4)
Sentencing Juveniles as Adults---Proportionality and Punishment
634(3)
Harris v. Wright
637(2)
Naovarath v. State
639(3)
Notes
642(10)
The ``Ultimate'' Consequence of Waiver---Death Penalty for Juveniles
652(1)
Thompson v. Oklahoma
652(10)
Stanford v. Kentucky
662(3)
Notes
665(7)
Note
672(1)
Adjudication of Delinquency: Procedural Rights at Trial
673(155)
Constitutional Domestication of the Juvenile Court
674(23)
In re Gault
675(17)
Notes
692(5)
Burden of Proof
697(7)
In the Matter of Winship
697(6)
Note
703(1)
Jury Trial and Public Trial
704(45)
McKeiver v. Pennsylvania
704(12)
Notes
716(8)
The Right to a Public and Jury Trial in the States
724(1)
R.L.R. v. State
724(4)
State in the Interest of D.J.
728(6)
Notes
734(9)
Juveniles' Right to a Public Trial
743(6)
Notice of Charges
749(10)
Notes
751(3)
In re Steven G.
754(3)
Notes
757(2)
Hearings and Evidence
759(8)
Evidence
760(1)
In re Gladys R.
760(2)
Suppression Hearing
762(2)
Notes
764(3)
Right to Counsel
767(44)
The Delivery and Quality of Legal Services in Juvenile Courts
768(7)
Appointment and Waiver of Counsel
775(2)
Note
777(2)
In re Manuel R.
779(7)
Notes
786(13)
The Role of the Juvenile Defense Lawyer---Effective Assistance of Counsel
799(11)
Comment To Rule 3
810(1)
Problem
810(1)
Procedural Rights and the Adjudication of Status Offenders
811(17)
Privilege Against Self-Incrimination
812(1)
In the Matter of Spalding
812(8)
Note
820(1)
Right to Counsel
820(1)
In re Walker
820(4)
Notes
824(4)
Disposition Decision: What to Do With the Juvenile?
828(175)
State Ex Rel. D. D. H. v. Dostert
829(6)
Indeterminate and Non-Proportional Delinquency Dispositions---Individualized Treatment in the Child's ``Best Interests''
835(44)
Notes
845(10)
In the Matter of L.K.W
855(4)
Notes
859(4)
In the Matter of D.S.F.
863(4)
Notes
867(2)
Dispositional Alternatives---Probation
869(4)
Notes
873(2)
Dispositional Alternatives---Community Service
875(1)
Dispositional Alternatives---Restitution
876(3)
From Offender to Offense: Treatment Versus Punishment and Juvenile Court Dispositions
879(64)
The Purpose of Delinquency Sanctions
880(4)
Notes
884(3)
Indeterminate vs. Determinate Sentencing Statutes
887(1)
In the Matter of Felder
887(4)
Notes
891(14)
The ``Justice'' Model of Juvenile Justice
905(8)
State v. Rice
913(6)
Notes
919(1)
``Blended Jurisdiction''---An Integrated Sentencing Framework
920(6)
In the Matter of L.J.S. and J.T.K.
926(2)
Notes
928(4)
Empirical Evaluations of Juvenile Court Sentencing Practices: The Principle of Offense and Race
932(4)
The Principle of Offense
936(2)
Racial Disparities in Sentencing Delinquents
938(4)
Note
942(1)
Conditions of Confinement and Rehabilitative Jurisprudence
943(22)
Gary H. v. Hegstrom
943(3)
Notes
946(3)
The ``Right To Treatment''
949(1)
Nelson v. Heyne
949(4)
Notes
953(8)
The Effectiveness of Treatment in Delinquency Institutions
961(4)
Notes
965(1)
Disposition of Non---Criminal Status Offenders
965(38)
Harris v. Calendine
965(3)
Notes
968(5)
Michael G. v. Superior Court
973(6)
Notes
979(3)
Alternative Dispositions of ``Troublesome'' Youths---The ``Hidden System''
982(1)
Parham v. J.R.
983(9)
Notes
992(11)
Index 1003

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