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Children in the Legal System : Cases and Materials

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  • Copyright: 2004-09-01
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CHILDREN IN THE LEGAL SYSTEM focuses on what has been accomplished through legislation and judicial action since the Juvenile Justice Standards were published. General coverage of the juvenile justice system reflects the significant changes and new trends in this field. Highlights include: bull; Cases that deal with subjects ranging from nocturnal juvenile curfews and school newspaper regulation to child abuse and medical decision making bull; Discussion of permanent foster care bull; Expanded coverage of custody and visitation bull; Challenging conceptual treatment of the decision making capacity and authority of minor children bull; An examination of adolescence as a legal category Recognizing that there is still no "standardized" law school offering on legal issues about children, this edition continues a design that permits individual teachers to follow an eclectic approach in ordering their course.

Table of Contents

Foreword v
Note on Editing vii
Table of Cases
xxvii
Table of Authors
xliii
Allocating Power Over Children: Parental Rights and State Authority
1(100)
The Constitutional Parameters of Parental Authority
1(59)
Meyer v. Nebraska
2(3)
Pierce v. Society of Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary
5(2)
Some Reflections on Meyer and Pierce
7(1)
Bilingual Education
8(2)
Prince v. Massachusetts
10(6)
Prince v. Massachusetts in Perspective
16(1)
Child Labor Laws and Parental Authority
16(1)
The Child's Interest
17(1)
Police Power and Parens Patriae Authority
17(1)
Wisconsin v. Yoder
18(11)
Notes
29(1)
Yoder and Prince
29(1)
An Amish Exception to Child Labor Laws
30(2)
Parents' Authority Over the Education of Their Children
32(1)
Compulsory School Attendance Laws
32(1)
Home Schooling
33(4)
Charter Schools
37(1)
Special Accommodations and Vouchers---The Establishment Clause
38(1)
Brown v. Hot, Sexy and Safer Productions
39(3)
Mozert v. Hawkins County Board of Education
42(6)
Note on Parents' Efforts to Influence Curriculum
48(1)
Parental Objections to Sex Education/Family Life Programs
48(2)
Textbook and Other School Program Challenges
50(1)
Troxel v. Granville
51(6)
Notes on Troxel v. Granville
57(1)
Grandparents' Visitation Rights---The Background
57(1)
The Judicial and Legislative Response to Troxel
58(1)
Literature on Troxel
59(1)
Parental Rights: The Case of Unmarried Fathers
60(41)
The Supreme Court and Fathers' Rights
60(1)
Stanley v. Illinois
60(5)
Some Implications of Stanley
65(1)
Stanley and Adoption
66(1)
Lehr v. Robertson
67(12)
The Precedents for Lehr
79(1)
Quilloin v. Walcott
79(2)
Caban v. Mohammed
81(2)
Notes
83(1)
Substantive or Procedural Rights
83(1)
The ``Biological Connection''
83(1)
Parental Rights in a Fiduciary Framework
84(1)
Michael H. v. Gerald D.
84(4)
Notes
88(1)
Adoption Placement and Fathers' Rights
88(1)
In re B.G.C.
88(4)
Notes
92(1)
Petition of Doe
93(1)
Robert O. v. Russell K.
94(1)
Adoption of Kelsey S.
95(1)
The Constitutional Status of Illegitimate Children
96(5)
Children as Legal Persons
101(144)
Introduction
101(2)
Paternalistic Policies of Restriction and Protection
103(27)
Limited Accountability in Contracting
103(1)
Dodson v. Shrader
103(4)
Dodson and the Infancy Doctrine
107(1)
The Infancy Doctrine and the Improvidence of Youth
107(1)
Voidability by the Minor
107(1)
The ``Necessaries'' Doctrine
107(1)
Entertainment Industry Contracts
108(1)
Minors' Tort Liability: A Different Response
108(1)
Restatement 2d of Torts (1977) § 283
108(2)
Note
110(1)
Restriction on Free Mobility: Curfews
110(1)
Schliefer v. City of Charlottesville
110(10)
Curfews and Related Restrictions
120(1)
Judicial Responses to Curfew Ordinances
120(1)
Justifying the Curfew Restriction
121(1)
Parents and Curfew Ordinances
121(1)
Aladdin's Castle, Inc. v. City of Mesquite
122(2)
The Right to Vote and the Age of Majority
124(1)
The Case for 18--Year--Old Voting
125(2)
Elizabeth Scott, The Changing Legal Construction of Adolescence
127(3)
Minors' Right of Free Expression Under the First Amendment
130(26)
The Traditional Approach
130(1)
Ginsberg v. New York
130(7)
Obscenity and Minors
137(1)
The Standard in Ginsberg
137(1)
The Harm of Pornography
138(1)
Federal Pornography Commission Reports
138(1)
Youthful Incapacity for Choice---Justice Stewart's Concurrence
139(1)
The Role of Parents
139(1)
American Booksellers Association, Inc. v. Virginia
139(2)
Regulation of Broadcasting---F.C.C. v. Pacifica Foundation
141(1)
Minors' Access to Pornography on Television---United States v. Playboy Entertainment Group, Inc.
141(1)
Child Pornography
142(1)
Federal Regulation of Minors' Access to Internet Pornography
143(1)
Reno v. American Civil Liberties Union
143(1)
United States v. American Library Association
144(3)
Children as Persons Under the First Amendment
147(1)
Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School District
147(7)
Notes on Tinker
154(1)
Children as Rights--Bearing Persons
154(1)
Tinker and Parents' Rights
155(1)
The Limits of School Authority after Tinker
156(1)
Children's Participation in Decisionmaking in Legal Contexts
156(65)
An Argument for Participation
156(1)
Wisconsin v. Yoder
156(1)
Wisconsin v. Yoder: The Douglas Dissent
156(1)
Children and Self-Determination
156(1)
Practical Issues in Providing a Voice for Children
157(1)
Minors' Consent to Medical Treatment
157(1)
Walter Wadlington, Minors and Health Care: The Age of Medical Consent
158(3)
Note
161(1)
Virginia Code, § 54.1--2969
161(1)
Arkansas Code, 20-9--602
162(1)
In re E.G.
162(8)
Notes
170(1)
Parham v. J. R.
170(16)
Psychiatric Hospitalization of Minors
186(1)
A Medical Decision with Constitutional Dimensions
186(1)
Psychiatric Disorders in Children
186(1)
Lois Weithorn, Mental Hospitalization of Troublesome Youth: An Analysis of Skyrocketing Admission Rates
186(2)
Physical Illness v. Psychiatric Disorder
188(1)
The Least Restrictive Alternative Requirement
188(1)
The Psychiatrist as Neutral Fact Finder
188(1)
Virginia Code §§ 16.1-336 et seq.
189(5)
Notes
194(1)
Comparing Two Statutory Approaches
194(1)
The Legal Standard for Involuntary Commitment
194(1)
The Attorney's Role
195(1)
Adolescent Reproductive Autonomy
195(1)
Bellotti v. Baird
195(11)
Bellotti v. Baird and Adolescent Abortion
206(1)
Abortion as a Medical Procedure
206(1)
``Maturity'' Under Abortion Law
207(2)
The Dilemma of Immaturity
209(1)
Minor's Refusal to Consent
209(1)
The Supreme Court and Adolescent Abortion
210(1)
Planned Parenthood of Central Missouri v. Danforth
210(1)
H.L. v. Matheson
211(2)
City of Akron v. Akron Center for Reproductive Health
213(1)
Hodgson v. Minnesota
213(1)
Minor's Abortion Rights under State Constitutions
214(1)
Carey v. Population Services International
215(4)
Adolescent Access to Contraceptives
219(1)
Whose Interest is Protected?
219(1)
Abortion and Contraception
219(1)
Minor Consent Statutes and Teenage Pregnancy
219(1)
Condom Distribution Programs
220(1)
Emancipation: Adolescents as Legal Adults
221(8)
Accent Service Co., Inc. v. Ebsen
221(3)
Note
224(1)
California Family Code §§ 7001 et seq. Emancipation of Minors Law
225(3)
Note
228(1)
Adolescence: A Separate Legal Category?
229(16)
Elizabeth Scott, Legal Construction of Adolescence
229(2)
Gary B. Melton, Toward ``Personhood'' for Adolescents
231(5)
Notes
236(1)
Hartigan v. Zbaraz Brief for Amicus Curiae---American Psychological Association
236(2)
Notes
238(1)
Criticism of Social Science Advocacy In the Zbaraz Brief
238(1)
Adolescent Self-Determination and Abortion
239(1)
The Informed Consent Framework
239(1)
Decisionmaking Capacity in Other Contexts---The Case of Criminal Responsibility
239(1)
Elizabeth Scott, N. D. Reppucci, & Jennifer Woolard, Evaluating Adolescent Decisionmaking in Legal Contexts
240(2)
Franklin Zimring, The Changing Legal World of Adolescence
242(3)
Children's Rights and School Authority
245(117)
Introduction
245(1)
The First Amendment in the Public School
246(62)
Free Expression
246(1)
West Virginia State Bd. of Education v. Barnette
246(5)
Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School District
251(1)
Notes on Free Expression in Schools
252(1)
The First Amendment in Schools---From Restricting State Authority to Protecting Individual Rights
252(1)
Censorship of Library Books and Internet Access
253(1)
Interpreting Tinker
253(1)
Hair, Dress and Conduct Codes
254(1)
School Uniform Requirements
255(1)
Regulation of Speech to Deter Violence and Maintain Order
256(2)
Regulation of Speech to Reduce Racial Conflict
258(1)
Fraternities and Sororities
259(1)
Bethel School Dist. No. 403 v. Fraser
259(8)
Notes
267(3)
School Newspapers and the First Amendment
270(1)
Hazelwood School District v. Kuhlmeier
270(11)
Hazelwood and Student Expression
281(3)
Underground Newspapers
284(1)
Home-Based Student Websites
285(1)
Yeo v. Town of Lexington
286(6)
Note on Statutory Protection of Student Speech
292(1)
California Education Code § 48907
292(1)
Note
292(1)
Issues of Religious Expression
293(1)
Good News Club v. Milford Central School
293(10)
The Establishment Clause in the Public Schools
303(1)
The Equal Access Act and Board of Education v. Mergens
303(2)
Establishment Clause Violations in the Public School Setting
305(1)
School Authority to Restrict Students' Religious Expression
306(2)
Constitutional Issues in School Discipline
308(31)
Procedural Due Process
308(1)
Goss v. Lopez
308(6)
Due Process Rights in School
314(1)
Due Process and Academic Performance
315(2)
Corporal Punishment
317(1)
Ingraham v. Wright
317(14)
Note: Corporal Punishment
331(1)
Corporal Punishment and Due Process
331(1)
Punishment in Juvenile Correctional Facilities
332(1)
Baker v. Owen
332(2)
Criticism of Corporal Punishment and the Legal Trend
334(3)
Note: School Violence and Zero Tolerance Policies
337(2)
The Fourth Amendment and Public School
339(23)
New Jersey v. T.L.O.
339(14)
Notes
353(2)
Discussion Problem---Girard School
355(1)
Vernonia School District 47J v. Acton
355(2)
Notes
357(1)
Board of Education of Independent School District No. 92 of Pottawatomie County v. Earls
357(2)
Drug Sniffing Dogs in the Classroom? A Special Issue
359(2)
Note
361(1)
Custody
362(145)
In the Best Interests of the Child?
362(29)
Ireland v. Smith
362(6)
Uniform Marriage and Divorce Act, Section 402 et seq.
368(2)
California Family Code § 3120
370(1)
Palmore v. Sidoti
370(2)
Note
372(1)
In re Marriage of Short
372(4)
Note
376(1)
Bottoms v. Bottoms
376(8)
Notes
384(1)
Troxel v. Granville
384(1)
Painter v. Bannister
384(6)
Notes
390(1)
The Concept of Psychological Parenthood
391(20)
Bennett v. Jeffreys
391(7)
Note
398(1)
Bennett v. Marrow
398(2)
Notes
400(1)
Guardianship of Phillip B.
401(9)
Note
410(1)
Using Past Caretaking Roles to Allocation Responsibility in Custody Decisions
411(8)
Elizabeth S. Scott, Pluralism, Parental Preference and Child Custody (1992)
411(5)
West Virginia Code § 48--9--206, --207. Allocation of custodial responsibility
416(2)
Note
418(1)
Joint Custody
419(5)
California Family Code § 3003 et seq.
419(2)
In re Marriage of Hickey
421(2)
Notes
423(1)
Visitation
424(8)
Uniform Marriage and Divorce Act, Section 407
424(1)
Alison D. v. Virginia M.
424(6)
Notes
430(1)
California Family Code § 3101
430(1)
Note
431(1)
Stepparents, Custody and Visitation
431(1)
Wrongful Denial of Visitation Time
431(1)
Michigan Compiled Laws, 552.642. Makeup Visitation Policy
431(1)
Limitations on a Child's Role and Preferences
432(8)
Miller v. Miller
432(7)
Notes
439(1)
Disputes Over Removal or Relocation
440(67)
Baures v. Lewis
440(17)
Note
457(2)
West Virginia Code § 48-9-403. Relocation of a Parent
459(2)
In re Clausen
461(10)
Notes
471(1)
In re Amberley D.
471(6)
Notes
477(1)
The Parental Kidnaping Prevention Act
477(2)
Thompson v. Thompson
479(5)
Notes
484(1)
Custodial Interference as a Crime
484(1)
Friedrich v. Friedrich
485(10)
Note
495(1)
Walsh v. Walsh
495(3)
International Child Abduction Remedies Act of 1988
498(6)
Notes
504(1)
International Parental Kidnapping Crime Act of 1993
505(1)
Note
506(1)
Intervention in the Family to Protect Children
507(179)
The Child Protection Umbrella
507(2)
California Welfare and Institutions Code § 300
507(2)
Neglect, Dependency and Endangerment
509(21)
In re B.K.
509(4)
In re Jeannette S.
513(5)
Note
518(1)
In re Dubreuil
519(11)
Special Problems of Child Abuse
530(8)
State v. Wilkerson
530(6)
Notes
536(2)
The Special Case of Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy
538(18)
Reid v. Texas
543(8)
Notes
551(5)
Defining ``Abuse'' and Determining When and How to Intervene
556(33)
Virginia Code, Child Abuse Reporting Act
556(5)
Note
561(2)
DeShaney v. Winnebago County Dept. Social Services
563(9)
Notes
572(1)
McComb v. Wambaugh
572(2)
Baltimore City Dept. Social Services v. Bouknight
574(2)
Doe v. Holt
576(3)
Notes
579(1)
Johnson v. State
580(8)
Notes
588(1)
Special Evidentiary Problems
589(41)
Steward v. State
589(14)
Notes of Evidence of Child Abuse
603(1)
Maryland v. Craig
603(12)
Notes
615(1)
Kentucky v. Stincer
615(2)
18 USCA § 3509
617(4)
Note
621(1)
Virginia Code §§ 63.2-1521,1523
621(3)
Admission at Trial of Hearsay Statements Made By A Child and the Confrontation Clause of the 6th Amendment
624(3)
Virginia Code § 63.2-1522
627(3)
``Medical Neglect'' and Its Special Treatment
630(56)
Walter Wadlington, Medical Decision Making for and by Children: Tensions Between Parent, State and Child
630(4)
In re Hofbauer
634(5)
Notes
639(1)
Custody of a Minor
639(3)
In re Sampson
642(13)
Notes
655(1)
In re Sampson II
655(1)
In re Sampson III
655(1)
In re Green
656(1)
Hermanson v. State
657(9)
Notes
666(1)
Walker v. Superior Court
666(1)
Matter of Appeal in Cochise County
667(1)
Commonwealth v. Twitchell
667(1)
In re M.L.G.
667(4)
Newmark v. Williams
671(13)
In re E.G., a Minor
684(1)
Note
684(2)
Foster Care and its Changing Role
686(49)
The Legal Framework
686(10)
N. Y. Social Services Law, § 383
687(1)
Virginia Code, Foster Care § 63.2-900 et seq.
687(9)
Relationships Within the Foster Family
696(31)
J.M.A. v. State
696(3)
Note
699(1)
Carroll v. Washington Township Zoning Commission
699(1)
Group House of Port Washington v. Board of Zoning
699(1)
Smith v. Organization of Foster Families for Equality and Reform
700(14)
Notes
714(1)
In re Michael B.
715(12)
Permanent or Long Term Foster Placement
727(8)
Virginia Code § 63.2-908
727(1)
Note
728(1)
Martin v. Pittsylvania County Department of Social Services
729(6)
Termination of Parental Rights
735(44)
Introductory Note
735(1)
Requirements of Proof and Representation
735(23)
Santosky v. Kramer
735(14)
Notes
749(1)
Standard of Proof in Action by a Parent
749(1)
Constitutional Attacks Asserting Vagueness
749(1)
M.L.B. v. S. L. J.
750(1)
In re Guardianship of S.A.W.
750(4)
Notes
754(4)
Criteria for Intervention
758(21)
Virginia Code § 16.1--283
758(2)
In re M.N.L.
760(2)
In re E.M.
762(4)
In re S.R.
766(4)
Note
770(1)
In re M.L.G.
770(1)
Note
770(1)
In re A.C.
770(7)
Note
777(2)
Adoption of Minors
779(78)
A New Look for An Old Institution
779(2)
Who Can Adopt?: The Importance of State Laws and Their Construction
781(29)
Lofton v. Secretary of Department of Children and Family Service
781(20)
Adoption of Tammy
801(8)
Notes
809(1)
Foster Parents as Adopters
810(1)
Requirements of Notice and Consent
810(1)
The Supreme Court and Fathers' Rights
811(1)
Adoptive Placement and Fathers' Rights
811(1)
Placement
811(30)
The Role and Duties of a Placement Agency
813(1)
Virginia Code § 63.2-1200
813(1)
California Family Code § 8700, 8702, 8706
813(4)
Note
817(1)
California Family Code § 8709
817(1)
Mohr v. Commonwealth
817(10)
Note
827(1)
Interethnic Adoption Act
827(1)
Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians v. Holyfield
828(12)
Note
840(1)
Adoption of Children with Special Needs
841(2)
Virginia Code § 63.2-1300, §§ 63-2-238.1 et seq.
841(2)
Access to Adoption Records
843(6)
In re Roger B.
843(5)
Notes
848(1)
Locating Preadoption Siblings. Ky. Revised Statutes § 199.575
849(1)
Civil Effects of Adoption
849(2)
New York Domestic Relations Law, § 117
849(2)
Note: Abrogation
851(1)
Open Adoption
851(6)
Michaud v. Wawruck
851(5)
Note
856(1)
The Juvenile Justice System: Changing Perspectives
857(89)
A Look Back
857(5)
The Juvenile Court and the Constitution: The Gault Case
862(24)
In re Gault
862(22)
Notes
884(2)
Testing the Premises of Gault: Winship and McKeiver
886(12)
Notes
887(1)
McKeiver v. Pennsylvania
888(7)
Notes
895(2)
McKeiver: A ``Juvenile'' Case or a ``Jury Trial'' Case?
897(1)
Beyond McKeiver
898(3)
Participation of Counsel in the Juvenile Process
901(45)
Scope of the Right to Counsel
901(3)
State ex rel. J. M. v. Taylor
904(4)
Notes
908(1)
Texas Family Code § 51.09. Waiver of Rights; § 51.10. Right to Assistance of Attorney; Compensation
908(2)
In re A.R.
910(6)
Notes
916(1)
The Role of Counsel
917(1)
American Bar Association, Model Rules of Professional Conduct (2004), Rule 1.14(a)
918(1)
Ellen Marrus, Best Interests Equals Zealous Advocacy: A Not So Radical View of Holistic Representation for Children Accused of Crime
919(17)
Notes
936(1)
State ex rel. D. D. H. v. Dostert
937(7)
Problem
944(2)
Delinquency: Differential Treatment of Juvenile and Adult Offenders
946(243)
Reshaping Juvenile Justice in the Post-Gault World
946(1)
Allocation of Jurisdiction Between Courts
947(54)
Legislative Allocation of Jurisdiction
947(1)
Illinois Compiled Statutes, Ch. 705, § 405/5-130
947(3)
People v. J.S.
950(4)
Notes
954(1)
Prosecutorial Discretion
955(1)
Arkansas Statutes Ann., § 9-27-318
955(2)
Notes
957(2)
Concurrent Jurisdiction
959(1)
Georgia Code Ann., § 5-11-28
959(1)
Notes
960(1)
Judicial Transfer by the Juvenile Court
961(1)
The Constitutional Implications
961(1)
Kent v. United States: A Constitutional Decision?
961(2)
The Statutory Criteria
963(1)
California Welfare and Institutions Code §§ 606, 707
963(6)
Notes
969(1)
The Nature of a Transfer Hearing
970(1)
Gen. Statutes of North Carolina, §§ 7B-2200, 2202, 2203
970(2)
Some Recurring Issues
972(1)
Right to Counsel
972(2)
Notice
974(1)
Presentation of Evidence
975(1)
Rules of Evidence
975(2)
Standard of Proof
977(1)
Self Incrimination
978(1)
Appeal
979(1)
Statement of Reasons
980(1)
Who Should be Waived? Assessing Statutory Criteria
980(1)
In re K.A.P.
980(4)
Oklahoma Statutes Ann., Title 10, § 7303-4.3
984(1)
Notes
985(2)
Reverse Certification
987(1)
Purdon's Pa. Cons. Stat. Ann., Tit. 42., §§ 6302, 6322
987(2)
Commonwealth v. Cotto
989(7)
Notes
996(2)
The Relation of Transfer to the Future of the Juvenile Court
998(3)
Intake and Diversion
1001(13)
Introduction
1001(1)
N. D. Century Code § 27-20-10
1002(1)
Note
1003(1)
Rights at Intake
1004(1)
In re Anthony S.
1004(2)
Notes
1006(1)
Who Gets Diverted?
1006(1)
California Juvenile Court Practice, Chapter Two: Minor's Arrest and Intake, Intake Guidelines (A. Harris ed. Feb. 1995 Update), [§ 2.14] Juvenile Court Rules
1007(2)
Notes
1009(1)
Why Are We Diverting?
1010(2)
Notes
1012(1)
Diversion to What?
1012(1)
Notes
1012(2)
Pretrial Detention
1014(58)
Introduction
1014(1)
Statutory Limitations
1015(1)
Schall v. Martin
1015(13)
Notes
1028(3)
Constitutional Issues
1031(1)
Probable Cause to Detain
1031(1)
Bell v. Superior Court
1031(3)
Note
1034(1)
Duration and Timing
1035(1)
Presence of Counsel
1035(1)
Bail
1035(1)
State v. M.L. C.
1035(7)
Notes
1042(1)
Place of Detention
1043(1)
D.B. v. Tewksbury
1043(11)
Note
1054(1)
Length of Detention and Right to Speedy Trial
1055(1)
In re Thomas J.
1055(14)
Notes
1069(1)
New Mexico Children's Court Rules, Rule 10-226
1070(2)
Note
1072(1)
Arrest and Search and Seizure
1072(31)
Taking into Custody
1072(1)
The Law of Arrest and Juveniles
1072(1)
Notes
1073(6)
In re D.M.
1079(6)
Notes
1085(1)
Search and Seizure
1086(1)
New Jersey v. T.L.O.
1086(1)
Notes
1086(1)
The Juvenile Justice Standards
1087(1)
Discussion Problems
1088(1)
Bomb Threat
1088(1)
Girard School
1089(1)
Vernonia School District 47J v. Acton
1089(8)
Notes
1097(3)
Board of Education of Independent School District No. 92 Of Pottawatomie County v. Earls
1100(1)
Note
1101(1)
Third Party Consent to Search of Juvenile's Person or Belongings
1101(1)
American Law Institute, Model Code of Pre-Arraignment Procedure § 240.2
1101(1)
Notes
1101(2)
Interrogation
1103(23)
The Legacy of Miranda
1103(2)
Fare v. Michael C.
1105(6)
Notes
1111(9)
Commonwealth v. Leon L.
1120(5)
Notes
1125(1)
Differences in Treatment---What Remains?
1126(63)
Introduction
1126(1)
Jury Trial
1126(1)
McKeiver v. Pennsylvania
1126(1)
Notes
1126(4)
Speedy and Public Trial
1130(1)
Right to Speedy Trial
1130(1)
Public Trial and Confidentiality
1130(1)
In re J.S.
1130(7)
Notes
1137(5)
RLR v. State
1142(4)
Notes
1146(1)
Mental Capacity: Competency to Stand Trial and the Insanity Defense
1147(1)
State in re Causey
1147(1)
Notes
1147(8)
Thomas Grisso, Laurence Steinberg, Jennifer Woolard, Elizabeth Cauffman, Elizabeth Scott, Sandra Graham, Fran Lexcen, N. Dickon Reppucci & Robert Schwartz, Juveniles' Competence to Stand Trial: A Comparison of Adolescents' and Adults' Capacities at Trial Defendants
1155(2)
Note
1157(3)
Disposition
1160(1)
Theoretical Justification for Coercive Dispositions
1160(2)
Traditional Dispositions
1162(1)
North Dakota Century Code § 27-20-31
1162(1)
In re Gregory S.
1163(5)
Notes
1168(2)
In re Frank V.
1170(3)
Notes
1173(1)
North Carolina General Statutes § 7B-2506
1173(1)
Notes
1174(2)
Severe Dispsitions
1176(1)
Illinois Compiled Statutes Ann, Chapter 705, §405/5-810
1176(1)
In re S.L.M.
1177(8)
Notes
1185(1)
Texas Family Code Ann. §§ 53.045, 54.04
1185(3)
Note
1188(1)
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