Juvenile Justice Converges on Principles Leading to the International Harmonization of the Juvenile Justice System: Summary

By: Brittany Wescott '20 The word “child” forces us to think about a particular class of persons. This class includes any human being below the age of eighteen.[1] Most legal systems around the world have decided this class deserves different treatment than adults when committing offenses because of their psychological immaturity.[2] The values representing this special … Continue reading Juvenile Justice Converges on Principles Leading to the International Harmonization of the Juvenile Justice System: Summary