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Juvenile Delinquency

Analysis of the case theories of In re Gault and Kent v. the United States

The progressive theory states that children must be considered vulnerable and innocent and lack the mental state needed for them to be responsible for any criminal offense they commit. The theory exempts the minors notably because they do not have the mature mental state and lack the necessary wisdom to...

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Juvenile Court vs Adult Court

The Juvenile Justice System (JJS)was created with the intention to rehabilitate, and treat the youth while promoting safety in the society, holding them accountable for their actions, and restoring the youth to wholeness (“Youth in the Justice System: An Overview, n.d.”). Research in brain development suggests that juveniles are not...

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Aristotle and Juvenile Delinquency

As children are born into society, there appears to be no way of knowing what the life of that child will entail as they grow into an age of independency and making decisions for themselves. It would seem that, given similar circumstances, all children would grow to have similar structures...

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