Juvenile Court Case Study

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Never hold a juvenile at an adult facility. Juveniles subject to the original jurisdiction of the juvenile courts because of their age and offense cannot be held in jails and law enforcement lockups in which adults also may be detained or confined. 2. In what year and location was the first juvenile court established? Describe at least one negative element and at least one positive element of the new juvenile system at that time. The deinstitutionalization of status offenders (DSO) provision requires that children who have committed an offense that would not be criminal if committed by an adult (status offenses) such as truancy or running away, and non-offenders, like abused and neglected children, will not be placed in secure detention
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