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Delays in Youth Justice (NCJ 237149) February 2014
OJJDP Justice Research Series
5 page(s)
Phil Bulman
Delays in case processing can have negative results not only for young offenders but also for their families and communities. This bulletin reviews a research effort in juvenile case processing that looked at two information sources, a nationwide sample of counties and an indepth investigation of three Midwestern courts.
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