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Should Juvenile Offenders Be Tried As Adults?

1 Should Juvenile Offenders Be Tried As Adults? A Developmental Perspective on Changing Legal Policies Laurence Steinberg Temple University and The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Research Network on Adolescent Development and Juvenile Justice Paper presented as a part of a ...

Harvey Gordon and Don Grubin

Access the most recent version at doi: 10.1192/apt.10.1.73 APT€2004, 10:73-80. Harvey Gordon and Don Grubin offenders Psychiatric aspects of the assessment and treatment of sex permissions

OFFENDERS UNDER AGE 18 IN STATE ADULT CORRECTIONAL SYSTEMS: A ...

OFFENDERS UNDER AGE 18 IN STATE ADULT CORRECTIONAL SYSTEMS: A NATIONAL PICTURE Special Issues in Corrections No. I - February 1995 LIS, Inc. U.S. Department of Justice

THE NORTH CAROLINA SEX OFFENDER & PUBLIC PROTECTION ...

Offenders (Part 2 Registrants) Part 2, "Sex Offender and Public Protection Registration Program," establishes the basic registration program for adult offenders who are required to register.

P9526 rts of juveniles

© Indiana Historical Bureau 1995 Rights of Juvenile Offenders 3 The Issue Juvenile offenders should have the same rights as adult offenders under the Indiana Bill of Rights.

Controlling Sex Offender Reentry: Jessica’s Law Measures in ...

offenders who had established a residence prior to the law’s enactment. While a federal district court initially an injunction against the law, ...

Offender Phone System Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

But overall, t he change benefits the offenders and their families. Question: Why were some facilities changed to 15 minutes for a phone call?

Public Assistance Available to Ex-offenders Preparing for ...

1 This document was prepared by the Virginia Employment Commission and is offered as a service to counselors, family members, and others assisting ex-offenders in their efforts to return to the workforce.

General Information Guide for Families of Offenders

The Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) operates the state's system of facilities for the confinement of adult felony offenders. The mission of the TDCJ is to provide public safety, promote positive change in offender behavior, reintegrate offenders into society and assist victims of crime.

Does a Community's "Right to Know" Outweigh the Sex Offender ...

In Protecting Society from Sexually Dangerous Offenders: LAW, JUSTICE, and THERAPY , Winick and La Fond (2003) focus on the psychological aspects of the community and the sex offender as a result of Megan's Law.