Civil Rights in Juvenile Courts

  • Brian Kaliel

Abstract

Civil rights in juvenile courts is an area of the law that has attracted wide discussion and comment in the United States. Canada's laws, however, while following the same general pattern as those in the United States have not been the subject of close scrutiny. The purpose of the article is to scrutinize Canada's laws and place them in the context of modem views as the role and function of juvenile courts.
How to Cite
Kaliel, B. (1). Civil Rights in Juvenile Courts. Alberta Law Review, 12(3), 341. https://doi.org/10.29173/alr2363
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