Daily Court Reporter - News Juvenile justice: Courts, counsel and kids
Juvenile justice: Courts, counsel and kids
Staff Report, Supreme Court of Ohio
This month marks the 50th anniversary of a watershed ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court for the treatment of juveniles in the nation’s courts. The 1967 In re Gault decision held that youth are entitled to many of the same rights adults have when encountering the judicial system – the right to an attorney, the right to have an attorney appointed if not able to afford one, the right to remain silent, the right against self-incrimination, and the right to confront witnesses against them.
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Date Published: May 25, 2017