CRJS315 IP1 History of the Juvenile Court System

Apr 8th, 2015
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You have been asked to provide a presentation, covering the history of the juvenile court system in the United States. In your history, be sure to address the following issues: • When was the first juvenile court established? • What was the child-saver movement during the 1800s? How did this social movement lead to the creation establishment of the juvenile justice system? • What is parens patriae, and how has this concept influenced juvenile courts in the United States? • Identify and describe 2 significant changes in the legal rights of juvenile offenders since the establishment of the juvenile justice system.

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History of the Juvenile CourtSystemNameClassDateProfessorHistory of the Juvenile Court SystemNo Separate Juvenile Justice SystemJuvenile Housed with AdultsChildren as Young as 7 Tried as AdultReform Occurred During Progressive EraJuvenile Justice before Juvenile Court Juvenile Under Seven not Charged with Crime Juvenile Must show Malice Over Age of 14 Tried as AdultChild-Saver MovementDuring the 1800s Influenced the Development of the JuvenileJustice System Progressive Era Found Necessary to Reform Delinquent YouthsOrigins of Juvenile Justice System Juvenile Justice System Emerged from Efforts ofReformers Reformers Recognized DevelopmentalDifferences Juveniles Delinquents not Criminals Rehabilitate JuvenilesFirst Juvenile CourtFirst Juvenile Court Founded in 1899 in ChicagoIllinois Juvenile Court ActCourt has Jurisdiction over JuvenilesCourt has Jurisidction over Abused andNeglected Juvenile Court Goal to TreatWhat is Parens Patriae?Parent of the NationPower of State to InterveneTake Authority over JuvenilesRemove form Abusive HomeParens Patriae Influence of JuvenileCourts Due Process Rights did not Include Juveniles Juveniles can be Removed from Abusive Home Pennsylvania Supreme CourtSignificant Changes in the Legal Rightsof JuvenileProcedural RightsIn re GaultRight to Legal CouncilPrivilege Against

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