Report of the Judiciary Committee and Its Advisory Committee on the Children's Code, Submitted to the Governor and the 1967 Legislature

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Strana 15 - While there can be no doubt of the original laudable purpose of juvenile courts, studies and critiques in recent years raise serious questions as to whether actual performance measures well enough against theoretical purpose to make tolerable the immunity of the process from the reach of constitutional guaranties applicable to adults.
Strana 15 - There is evidence, in fact, that there may be grounds for concern that the child receives the worst of both worlds; that he gets neither the protection accorded to adults nor the solicitous care and regenerative treatment postulated for children.
Strana 15 - We do not mean by this to indicate that the hearing to be held must conform with all of the requirements of a criminal trial or even of the usual administrative [403 US 534] hearing; but we do hold that the hearing must measure up to the essentials of due process and fair treatment.
Strana 2 - Injury" means death, injury to a person, damage to or loss of property, or any other injury that a person may suffer to his person, reputation, character, feelings or estate, of such nature that it would be actionable if inflicted by a private person.
Strana 3 - This is nothing but a convenient name for the doctrine that no one should be allowed to sell his goods as those of another.
Strana 12 - ... or in any State court having jurisdiction of the subject matter, to quiet title to or for the foreclosure of a mortgage or other lien upon real or personal property on which the United States has or claims a mortgage or other lien.
Strana 4 - An act to regulate the treatment and control of dependent, neglected, and delinquent children...
Strana 15 - There is much evidence that some juvenile courts, including that of the District of Columbia, lack the personnel, facilities and techniques to perform adequately as representatives of the State in a parens patriae capacity, at least with respect to children charged with law violation. There is evidence, in fact, that there may be grounds for concern that the child receives the worst of both worlds; that he gets neither the protections accorded to adults nor the solicitous care and regenerative treatment...

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