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Juvenile Rights 

Juvenile Rights
Juvenile Rights

Eileen P. Ryan

, and Elizabeth Ford

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date: 31 July 2021

Chapter 13 includes three cases that have each shaped the way adolescents are treated in the justice system. In re Gault was a critical case in establishing due process rights for adolescents who have been charged with a juvenile offense. Graham v. Florida and Miller v. Alabama are recent Supreme Court cases that have defined the limits of punishment, specifically limiting life without parole, for adolescents charged in the adult system.

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