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What are the drawbacks to implementing a comprehensive juvenile justice strategy?

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Even on a juvenile level, the system has the ability to teach future adults about the the ability to "eshew one group over another(the state vs. the juvenile)Hopeful, this important third edict of american law and the ability of first contact(the
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Once again, the sharing is the greatest thing we can do as a region. The Midwest had a number of states individually involved in other initiatives like the Juvenile Detention Alternatives
http://www.juvjustice.org/printable/printable_news...
Possibly the most important strategies for success in the juvenile justice system include ensuring that youth with disabilities have access to appropriate special education services
http://www.ncset.org/topics/jjustice/faqs.asp?topi...
it will show them where they'll end up if they keep acting out/breaking the law. i think it's mainly just a scare tactic for parents with unruly children. check out the television
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