2008 -- NATIONAL LEVEL
National Juvenile Justice Network (NJJN)
ABSTRACT & CITATION
This report – the third in a series by the National Juvenile Justice Network – describes the advances in juvenile justice reform that occurred in 2007-2008. It breaks down these reforms by subject area, both by type of judicial service or proceeding affected (“Adjudication and Sentencing,” “Alternatives to Detention and Youth Prisons,” “Conditions of Confinement,” “Probation, Parole, and Reentry,” etc.) and by type of juvenile defendant affected (“Indigent Defense,” “Girls,” “LGBTQ Youth,” “Disproportionate Minority Contact,” etc.). Within these subject areas, reforms are listed by state; there is also an index by state. Reforms include new legislation and budget allocations concerning juvenile justice.
National Juvenile Justice Network. (2008). Advances in Juvenile Justice Reform: 2007-2008. Washington, DC: National Juvenile Justice NetworkTopics: Assigned Counsel, Federal Court Decisions, Funding, Investigation, Juveniles, Salaries, State Court Decisions, Supervision, Training
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