Daily Archives: July 1, 2012

Dual Jurisdiction Kids: Updated with Resource List 7.03.12

As I mentioned in an earlier post on the Miller v. Alabama decision, I am struck by the fact that 14-year-old Evan Miller was — like so many young people who end up in the criminal court system — a dual … Continue reading

Posted in Delinquency, Juvenile Court, Juveniles, Miller v. Alabama, Race, Class, Ethnicity | 3 Comments

End Silence: Youth Speaking Up about Sexual Abuse in Custody

The title of this post is the title of a series of new graphic novels for youth in custodial settings from the Project on Addressing Prison Rape. These graphic novels are a first step in reaching out to youth in juvenile … Continue reading

Posted in Conditions of Confinement, Juveniles, Organizations, Reports, Training | 1 Comment

Juvenile Miranda Warnings: Perfunctory Rituals or Procedural Safeguards?

The title of this post is the title of a new paper by Dr. Richard Rogers et al., which appears in the March 2012 issue of Criminal Justice and Behavior.  Here is the abstract: The American Bar Association, via its … Continue reading

Posted in Interrogation, Juveniles, Psychology | Comments Off on Juvenile Miranda Warnings: Perfunctory Rituals or Procedural Safeguards?