Society has been plagued with the problem of whether the police, the courts and the correction agencies are to administer juveniles for their protection and treatment, or for their punishment. To facilitate a better understanding of juvenile administration the authors have analyzed the California juvenile law cases for the year 1979. The article consists of six major area of interest; parent-child custody, sentencing, procedure, jurisdiction, evidentiary and constitutional which will be used to highlight some of the more significant decisions in the past year, thus enabling the reader to assess changes occurring in the juvenile system.
Michael T. Lubinski and Robert M. Triplett
A Compendium of Major California Juvenile Law Decisions with Brief Analyses, 1979,
7 Pepp. L. Rev.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.pepperdine.edu/plr/vol7/iss4/9