4 edition of Teenagers and the law. found in the catalog.
Teenagers and the law.
John Paul Hanna
Explains the legal rights and responsibilities of teenagers and defines various crimes and misdemeanors and their punishment.
|LC Classifications||KF387 .H3 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||149|
|LC Control Number||74174338|
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In effect, the law treats adolescents either as children or as adults, failing Teenagers and the law. book acknowledge that they are neither. In this provocative book, law professor and attorney Roger J. Levesque illuminates the shortcomings of the juvenile justice system and proposes a strategy for reframing the current social and legal conceptions of : With a primary focus on criminal laws, Ignorance Is No Defense not only describes what the law requires but also teenagers’ rights under the law.
Author Morgan, a highly respected former prosecutor and experienced trial lawyer, provides straightforward information and valuable insights to help teenagers avoid violating.
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Teens and the Law. The way a teen reacts to and the respect they have for the law may be a direct reflection on the way the parents feel about the law.
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This handbook is designed to aid not only teens, but also parents, school counselors, teachers and others who work with Size: KB. This book is designed to be a handy reference guide for those aged between 12 and It sets out,in language that can easily be understood, the different aspects of the law that may affect teenagers in their daily lives, and how they can go about enforcing their rights.5/5(1).
Young people and the law Going to court If you are worried about your child getting involved in crime or antisocial behaviour, you can help by dealing with the risks known to cause youth offending, while making the most of those things known to reduce the chance of offending, at an early stage.
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