Understanding juvenile law

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LexisNexis Matthew Bender, 1997 - Law - 377 pages
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After introductory chapters on the legal status of minorities & the rights of juveniles, this book examines issues occurring outside the juvenile justice system including: family law issues, private law issues, & the constitutional rights of children. The remainder of this book deals with delinquency & status offense matters in the juvenile justice system.

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CHAPTER
3
THE RIGHTS OF JUVENILES
9
THE CHILD AND THE FAMILY
19
Copyright

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