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Found 18 results for "Hunter Hurst III"

 Year  Title
2006 

Child Savers - Born Again

Hunter Hurst III

The author discusses the inadequacy of the IJA-ABA Joint Commission on Juvenile Justice's 1976 Standards, the adultification of juvenile offenders, and suggests that an adversarial process in juvenile justice is fundamentally unfair.

2005 

Protecting Our Not-So-Independent Judiciary

Hunter Hurst III

This column discusses courtroom security, and recent attacks on our judiciary's independent decisionmaking authority.

2005 

The Times They Keep On A Changin'

Hunter Hurst III

Reflecting on a delinquency case handled while a probation officer, the author looks at society's changing standards for manhood.

2005 

Sheriffs I Have Known

Hunter Hurst III

The author remembers an interview with a county sheriff, which the sheriff used to gain public support for his operations' funding and improvements.

2005 

Slapshots

Hunter Hurst III

This column looks at the return to the themes of rehabilitation and treatment in juvenile justice, and at the increase in crime committed by females.

2004 

Youth Violence: Gone Today - Here Tomorrow

Hunter Hurst III

In this brief opinion piece from Juvenile and Family Justice Today, Hurst makes the point that 'barring an unforeseeable turn of events, we are probably headed for another surge in criminal violence, especially by juveniles and young adults.'

2003 

Status Offenders: Where Have They Gone and Who Cares

Hunter Hurst III

This article discusses history and trends involved in the juvenile justice system's handling of status offenders.

2002 

Juvenile Justice and Mental Health Trying to See Eye to Eye

Hunter Hurst III

This article discusses philosophical and operational differences between the juvenile justice and mental health establishments.

2002 

Data Driven Decisions or Fantasies by the Number

Hunter Hurst III

This opinion article discusses the rise of data-driven decision making and the need to identify a sound method for risk classification among juvenile offenders.

2002 

Family Matters: A Fresh Look at Related Cases

Hunter Hurst III

This column from 'Hunter of Delinquency' discusses a study of family court jurisdiction and the overlap of family members involved in related cases in criminal court, prepared by the National Center for Juvenile Justice and the National Center for State Courts.

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