An on-going debate when it comes to juvenile crime is the question of if a parent should be held responsible. And if the parent should be held responsible, then how extreme should liability be – fines, incarceration? Does it dependContinue reading Should Parents Be Blamed for Juvenile Crimes?
According to recently released results of decade-long intervention program, violence prone children in the program grew up to have fewer psychiatric, drug-related, and legal problems. The Study In 1990, in the midst of Congress’ urgings for the National Institute of Mental HealthContinue reading Can Intervention Decrease Drug-Crime and Future Legal Problems?
Under a new policy, misbehaving students in Los Angeles will now be sent to the principal’s office, rather than the courthouse. The disciplinary reforms mark a shift that according to both educators and justice officials will help prevent students fromContinue reading Cracking Down on the Juvenile Crime System
I often meet parents whose child is in trouble and has a pending criminal matter. Obviously, this can be a stressful time for a parent. They are concerned about their child’s well being and about the potential consequences. But theyContinue reading Juvenile Crime & Justice System