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“What to do With the Sheep in Wolf’s Clothing: The Role of Rhetoric and Reality about Youth Offenders in the Constructive Dismantling of the Juvenile Justice System.”

Coupet, Sacha M
June 4, 2015

Source: (2000) University of Pennsylvania Law Review 148(4):1303

Examines the treatment of the juvenile justice system on juvenile delinquency in the United States. Goals of the juvenile justice system; Effects of the juvenile crime legislation on juvenile crime; Role of public perception in creating a cyclical response to juvenile delinquency; Presentation of a restorative justice model as an alternative to purely rehabilitative aims.


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