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Overview

Juvenile Law is a rare and practical tool that conjures up thought provoking dialogue and addresses the conflicting issues that surround juvenile affairs. Students and professionals alike will find valuable guidance in this template for dealing with juvenile issues. They will gain insight into the complexity of the laws affecting juveniles, and the interplay of emotion and other factors that are inescapable in a consideration of this subject.

Toni Marsh,

Marymount University, Arlington, Virginia; Cuyahoga Community College, Cleveland, Ohio. Marsh is a member of the DC Bar Association, an Adjunct Professor of Paralegal Studies and a Practioner of Juvenile Law, Guardian ad Litem and she taught at Georgetown University and was the Paralegal Program Director at UNC Charlotte.
  • The book includes discussion questions that tackle complex legal issues surrounding juvenile affairs.
  • Actual case problems provide practical, and real world applications for knowledge.
  • Authentic cases bring the book's concepts to life in the courtroom.
  • Hypothetical problems contain contradictory elements and intricate scenarios that allow consideration of the numerous sides of the arguments and cases.
Acknowledgement.
Introduction.
Preface.
1. Jurisdiction.
2. Delinquency.
3. Taking Custody of Delinquent Juveniles.
4. Interrogation.
5. Pretrial Detention.
6. Delinquency Hearings.
7. Youth Court.
8. Transfer to Adult Court.
9. Child Abuse and Neglect.
10. Abuse – Neglect – Dependency Hearing.
11. Emancipation.
12. Parental Notification of Abortion and Judicial Bypass.
13. Marriage.
14. Youth Gangs.
Useful Web-sites.
Appendix.

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  • ISBN-10: 1133480934
  • ISBN-13: 9781133480938
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  • ISBN-10: 1401840191
  • ISBN-13: 9781401840198
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FOR INSTRUCTORS

Juvenile Law

ISBN: 9781401840198
Juvenile Law is a rare and practical tool that conjures up thought provoking dialogue and addresses the conflicting issues that surround juvenile affairs. Students and professionals alike will find valuable guidance in this template for dealing with juvenile issues. They will gain insight into the complexity of the laws affecting juveniles, and the interplay of emotion and other factors that are inescapable in a consideration of this subject.

Online Instructor's Manual

ISBN: 9781401840204

FOR STUDENTS

Juvenile Law

ISBN: 9781401840198
Juvenile Law is a rare and practical tool that conjures up thought provoking dialogue and addresses the conflicting issues that surround juvenile affairs. Students and professionals alike will find valuable guidance in this template for dealing with juvenile issues. They will gain insight into the complexity of the laws affecting juveniles, and the interplay of emotion and other factors that are inescapable in a consideration of this subject.