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Sunday, May 20, 2007

How the Gault Case Changed Juvenile Law

From In 1967 a landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision gave juveniles accused of crimes the same due process rights as adults. The case involved Jerry Gault, who at 14 was given a seven-year sentence for a prank phone call. Gault's story didn't end there.  Listen. . . [Mark Godsey]

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Your this article is very good

Posted by: Tony | May 21, 2007 11:04:20 AM

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