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Found 6 results for "John Hutzler"
Juvenile Court Jurisdiction over Children's Conduct: 1980 Statutes Analysis
This 1980 report offers a review of the terms 'delinquency' and 'status offense' in terms of the juvenile codes of the fifty states and the District of Columbia. Graphs and tables are presented that compare the states and their individual use of these terms.
State Legislative Compliance With 223(a)(12)(A) and 223(a)(13) of the JJDP Act: 1980 Statutes Analysis
John Hutzler, Thomas Vereb
This document offers an analysis of state statutes governing state legislative compliance with 223(a)(12)(A) and 223(a)(13) of the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act, which regard the deinstitutionalization of status offenders and non-offenders and the separation of children from adult offenders. The report, which is in tabular format, indicates that in 16 of the 51 United States jurisdictions the legislation reviewed generally complies with the requirements of the JJDP provisions. Thirteen jurisdictions are …
Restitution and Community Service as Dispositional Alternatives in Delinquency Cases
John Hutzler, Thomas Vereb, David Dexel
This document discusses restitution and community supervision as dispositional alternatives in delinquency cases. It is a comparative analysis of states which offer restitution as a dispositional alternative and those that do not. It also discusses whether the use of restitution existed prior to February 28, 1978, the date of the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention's 'restitution initiative.' The survey, upon which this document was based, was directed to all fifty …
Canon to the Left, Canon to the Right: Can the Juvenile Court Survive?
The author proposes in this article that the juvenile court is in danger of destruction. The article suggests that the inevitable demise of the juvenile court will come at the hands of those who gave it commissions in the first place - state legislatures. Topics include: The Charge of the Light Brigade - The Juvenile Court Movement; Canon to the Left - Procedural Reform; Canon to the Right - Substantive Revolution; and …
Juvenile Court Jurisdiction over Children's Conduct: 1982 Comparative Analysis of Juvenile & Family Codes and National Standards
John Hutzler, Ellen Nimick
This report, updated for 1982 statutory changes, offers a review of the terms 'delinquency' and 'status offense' in terms of the juvenile codes of the fifty states and the District of Columbia. Tables are presented that compare the states and their individual use of these terms, as well as the statutory definitions from the text of each state provision.
Guidelines for the Coding of Data Elements Commonly Found in Juvenile Court Information Systems
John Hutzler, Howard Snyder
Provides methods for standardizing the information compiled by juvenile courts nationwide. Recommendations for definitions and coding instructions for data elements collected by juvenile court case tracking and statistical reporting systems are also provided.