Differential Treatment of Children and Adults
This chapter addresses the application of the fundamental fairness test to several areas of the juvenile process, including pretrial detention, arrest and search and seizure, interrogation, transfer between courts, adjudication, and disposition. In some of these areas, the Supreme Court has extended to juveniles some of the constitutional protections that adults enjoy. In other cases it has not. In all cases, however, the Court's analysis will begin with reference to the test enunciated in Gault. The chapter also addresses the matter of the juvenile court's jurisdiction.
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