Describe the history and evolution of the juvenile justice system in the Western world, law homework help

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Evolution of the Juvenile Justice System- Outline
Thesis statement: The juvenile justice system has grown from a crude punishing system that did
not separate young offenders from adults to a modern system that puts the young people’s issues
into consideration.
I. Introduction
II. Initial systems
III. Inception of civilized systems
A. Urbanization
B. Concern about increased juvenile crime
IV. The mid 20th century
V. Towards the millennium
A. Tough policies
B. Role of schools
VI. Conclusion


Running head: EVOLUTION OF THE JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM

Evolution of the Juvenile Justice System
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EVOLUTION OF THE JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM

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Evolution of the Juvenile Justice System
Young people who commit criminal offenses face the juvenile justice system for
rehabilitation and correction. While for a long time most youths faced correction from their
parents and guardians, the legal concept of the juvenile justice system is relatively new. The idea
has been developed in the western countries as opposed to the poor development of the concept
elsewhere. The sy...

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