Our Kindly Parent--The State; The Juvenile Justice System and How It Works

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Penguin Group USA, Sep 15, 1975 - Child welfare - 180 pages
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A lawyer exposes the way the American juvenile justice system controls the lives of thousands of children through persons, hospitals, asylums, and homes for the retarded

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The Beginning
Runaways and the Courts
Restraints and Rehabilitation

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Murphy is the Public Guardian of Cook County, Illinois, a position in which he represents abused and neglected children and the elderly disabled. He graduated from Northwestern University School of Law. He has been an assistant state's attorney for Cook County, a Peace Corps volunteer, a lawyer with the Legal Assistance Foundation of Chicago, and a lawyer in private practice.

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