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By Raymond Arthur
How does the legislation care for younger offenders, and to what volume does the legislation safeguard and advertise the rights of children in clash with the legislations? those are the imperative concerns addressed through Young Offenders and the Law in its exam of the felony reaction to the phenomenon of teenage offending, and the modern forces that form the law.
This booklet develops the reader’s knowing of the sociological, criminological, old, political, and philosophical techniques to adolescence offending in England and Wales, and in addition offers a comparative assessment of advancements in different jurisdictions. It presents a entire serious research of the legislative and coverage framework at present governing the operation of the early life justice procedure in England and Wales, and evaluates the reaction of the felony procedure in gentle of recent legislative framework and overseas top perform. All facets of trial and pre-trial process affecting younger offenders are coated, together with: the age of legal accountability, police powers, trial method, including the entire variety of detention amenities and non-custodial options.
Young Offenders and the Law offers, for the 1st time, a first-rate resource of reference on early life offending. it's an important textual content for undergraduate and postgraduate scholars of legislations, Criminology, and felony Justice Studies.
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