Vol. 88 Nbr. 1, September 1997
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- The debate over the future of juvenile courts: can we reach consensus?
- Immaturity and irresponsibility.
- Abolish the juvenile court: youthfulness, criminal responsibility, and sentencing policy.
- The evolution of adolescence: a developmental perspective on juvenile justice reform.
- Justice for children: how do we get there?
- Ineffective assistance of counsel: the case for an ex ante parity standard.
- Criminal behavior and age: a test of three provocative hypothesis.
- Populism, free speech, and the rule of law: the "fully informed" jury movement and its implications.
- And the Blood Cried out: A Prosecutor's Spellbinding Account of the Power of DNA.