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Fallacious Reasoning: Revisiting the Roper Trilogy in Light of the Sexual-Abuse-to-Prison Pipeline. Marquardt, Marjory Anne Henderson Mar 1, 2020 18160
TRAUMA AND SENTENCING: THE CASE FOR MITIGATING PENALTY FOR CHILDHOOD PHYSICAL AND SEXUAL ABUSE. Bagaric, Mirko; Wolf, Gabrielle; Isham, Peter Jan 1, 2019 27842
GOOD GIRLS: GENDER-SPECIFIC INTERVENTIONS IN JUVENILE COURT. Gamal, Fanna Jan 1, 2018 14790
Is history repeating itself? Sentencing young American Muslims in the War on Terror. Ahmed, Sameer Mar 1, 2017 23445
Pacific youth and violent offending in Aotearoa New Zealand. Ioane, Julia; Lambie, Ian Report Nov 1, 2016 4999
Support for raising the age for justice-involved youths. Moses, Marilyn C. May 1, 2016 1150
Female juvenile offenders: a forgotten population. Selph, Mykel; Ast, Amy L.; Dolan, Laura Jan 1, 2014 1536
Locking up racial bias: States continue to look for ways to reduce disparities in the juvenile justice system. Brown, Sarah Oct 1, 2013 1108
Making a difference: when it comes to teens in trouble, girls need a place of their own. Teigen, Anne; Brown, Sarah Alice Jun 1, 2012 1278
Predicting HIV/STD risk level and substance use disorders among incarcerated adolescents. Rowe, Cynthia L.; Wang, Wei; Greenbaum, Paul; Liddle, Howard A. Report Dec 1, 2008 8433
Turning the tide of juvenile justice. Asquith, Christina Feb 22, 2007 538
Report: racial disparity in juvenile justice. Bernstein, Nell Feb 2, 2007 1045
Locked Up and Locked Out: An Educational Perspective on the U.S. Prison Population. Policy Information Report. Coley, Richard J.; Barton, Paul E. Report Feb 1, 2006 331
Locked away forever: almost 10,000 Americans are serving life sentences for crimes they committed before they turned 18. Liptak, Adam Jan 30, 2006 2110
Race and redemption: reform is coming to juvenile justice. But except in pioneering communities, it still comes too slowly for black and Latino youths. Cose, Ellis Sep 1, 2005 1483
A solvable problem: reducing the disproportionality of youths of color in juvenile detention facilities. Bell, Cool Papa Aug 1, 2005 2464
Meeting the distinct needs of girls: progressive, gender-specific design for girls' detention. Morton, Barbara; Glynn, Leslie Aug 1, 2005 1705
Communities take action on behalf of Latino youth. Johnson, Alicia; Umpierre, Michael Jul 21, 2003 799
Inter alia. St. Gerard, Vanessa Jul 1, 2003 707
Inter Alia. Klug, Elizabeth Brief Article Sep 1, 2000 947
Girls are in trouble: do we care? Johnson, Sylvia J. Dec 1, 1998 2284
Perceptions of crowding and minority overrepresentation: pilot study reveals accredited facilities more attuned to problems. Appleseed, Johnny Jun 1, 1997 1663

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