JUV


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JUVJuvenile
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Contexts of Decision Making in the Juvenile Justice System: An Organizational Approach to Understanding Minority Overrepresentation, 8 YOUTH VIOLENCE & JUV.
Kimberly Kempf-Leonard, Minority Youths and Juvenile Justice: Disproportionate Minority Contact After Nearly 20 Years of Reform Efforts, 5 YOUTH VIOLENCE & JUV.
Ted Rubin, The Legal Defense of Juveniles: Struggling but Pushing Forward, JUV.
Hard Choices or Obvious Ones: Developing Policy for Excluding Youth from Juvenile Court, 1 YOUTH VIOLENCE & JUV.
Clarke, A Case for Reinventing Juvenile Transfer: The record of transfer of juvenile offenders to criminal court in Cook County, Illinois, 47 JUV.
Myers, Adult Crime, Adult Time: Punishing Violent Youth in the Adult Criminal Justice System, 1 YOUTH VIOLENCE & JUV.
HOWELL, COMPREHENSIVE STRATEGY FOR SERIOUS, VIOLENT, AND CHRONIC JUVENILE OFFENDERS (1993); Office of Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention, Guide for Implementing the Comprehensive Strategy for Serious, Violent, and Chronic Juvenile Offenders, JUV.
629, 643-47 (1995); Richard Lawrence, The Role of Legal Counsel in Juveniles' Understanding of Their Rights, 34 JUV.
See discussion supra note 4; see also HOWARD SNYDER & BARBARA SICKMUND, JUVENILE OFFENDERS & VICTIMS: NATIONAL REPORT, NAT'L CENTER OF JUVENILE JUSTICE (1995); Barbara Allen-Hagen & Melissa Sickmund, Juveniles and Violence: Offending and Victimization, JUV.