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Juvenile Justice 9th Ed. Chap 2 KyTrms
Juvenile Offender 337 NU
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The permanent desertion of a child; an acceptable practice from the fourth to the 13 centuries only child was an economic burden to his household.
A situation in which one is bound by indenture to serve another for a prescribed period with a view to learning and art or trade.
Early English institution to handle youthful beggars.
A body concern with property matters in feadal England; responsible for overseeing the financial affairs of orphan juveniles who were not you're capable of handling their own matters.
Anthony Platt's term for a person involved in the development of the juvenile court during the progressive area.
Commonwealth v. Fisher
The issues of child and parent's right were largely settle in the 1905 case. The court directly address the question of a juvenile behavior, his or her constitutional rights, and the intent of the juvenile system in the intervention.
The cottage setup was intended to closely in parallel a family.
In the money, goods, or estate that a woman would bring to her husband in marriage.
Due process period
Period From 1967 to early 1980s when the due process was emphasize in juvenile proceedings.
Ex parte Crouse
Mary and cruise was incarcerated upon her mothers request but it gives her father's wishes. Father argue that it was illegal to incarcerate a child without the benefit of a jury trial. Court denied bill of rights applied to youths.
Houses of refuge
Early institutions for children that were designed to separate the youths from the detrimental environment of the city.
The deliberate killing of young children, a common practice prior to the fourth century, when a child was an economic burden to a household.
Kent v. United States
1966 case. There is evidence, in fact, that there may be grounds for concern is that a child receives the worst of both worlds: That he gets neither the protections accorded to adults nor the solicitous care and regenerative treatment postulated for children.
Lancaster state industrial school for girls
Early industrial school for girls in Massachusetts.
Lyman school for boys
Open in 1848 by the state of Massachusetts and eliminated of the housing of adult and juvenile offenders.
A refusal to enforce the law or impose a punishment.
A legal document under which the state is seen as a parent.
People v. Turner
Case 1870. In our solicitude to form youths for the duties of civil life, we should not forget the rights which inherent both in parents and children. The principle of the absorption of the child in, and it's complete subjection to the despotism of, the state, is Wholly inadmissible in the modern civilized world. The parent has a right to care, custody, and assistance of his child. The duty to maintain a protect it, Is a principle of natural law.
A type of community corrections in which an offender is under the supervision of a probation officer. The court orders the offender to follow certain rules and to report regularly to a probation officer.
Started in the 1980s when increased use of waiver, mandatory sentencing, and less emphasis on rehabilitation and treatment was evident.
Right to intervention
Commonwealth v. Fisher determine the a juvenile has a right to intervention rather than a right to freedom; the juvenile court was granted a free hand and dealing with youths.
The practice of employing a surrogate mother to care for and suckle a child.
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