juvenile justice

One of the arguments made for merging the juvenile justice system with

 

the criminal justice system is that—at this point—regardless of

 

terminology used, they are quite similar in terms of their orientation and

 

how they deal with offenders.

 

1. Is the juvenile justice system really a “wholly-owned subsidiary”

 

of the adult system (Feld, p. 73)? Why or why not?

 

2. Should the juvenile court be merged with the adult justice

 

system? Discuss the reasons for/against your position on this

 

question. Draw on the relevant readings from this module (e.g.,

 

Feld, Crippen, Dawson) to support your position.

 

 

 

3-4 pages, apa format, no plagarirism  articles are attached below

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