Juvenile Rights at the Time of Arrest


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Juvenile Rights at the Time of Arrest
When it comes to the subject of juvenile rights at that the time of arrest, in many respects, the juvenile has fewer rights than an adult offender (Juvenile Arrest and Detention, 2011). And this has given rise to significant protest and controversy concerning the lack of procedural protections afforded the minor. With this in mind, the following report compares and contrasts juvenile rights at the time of arrest with the rights of adult offenders at the time of arrest. Commentary is provided as well concerning whether or not the protections serve the purposes of criminal and social justice.
Adult offenders are protected by the Fourth Amendment Search and Seizure Clause which guarantees every citizen’s...
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