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NCJ Number: 27249 Find in a Library
Title: PROTECTION OF YOUTH AND BILL 65 (FROM JUVENILE DELINQUENCY IN QUEBEC, 1975 - SEE NCJ-27248)
Author(s): M LIPPE
Corporate Author: Presses de L'universite de Montreal
Canada
Date Published: 1975
Page Count: 18
Sponsoring Agency: Presses de L'universite de Montreal
Montreal, H3C 3J7, Canada
Format: Document
Language: French
Country: Canada
Annotation: DISCUSSION OF THE ISSUES INVOLVED IN PREPARING A NEW PROTECTION OF YOUTH BILL TO REPLACE THE ONE THAT WAS NOT ADOPTED BY THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY OF QUEBEC IN NOVEMBER 1972.
Abstract: POINTS WHICH SHOULD BE COVERED BY THE NEW BILL ARE THE RIGHTS AND DUTIES OF THE CHILD, THE RIGHTS AND DUTIES OF THE PARENTS, AND THE EXTENT TO WHICH AND THE CIRCUMSTANCES UNDER WHICH THE GOVERNMENT SHOULD INTERVENE. AMONG OTHER SUBJECTS DISCUSSED ARE DETENTION OF JUVENILES, THE RIGHT TO LEGAL REPRESENTATION, THE RIGHT TO APPEAL, ARRANGING FOR EXPERT TESTIMONY, AND POWERS OF THE COURT IN DETERMINING STEPS TO BE TAKEN IN A PARTICULAR CASE. --IN FRENCH
Index Term(s): Appeal procedures; Canada; Expert witnesses; Juvenile adjudication; Juvenile delinquency prevention; Juvenile detention; Juvenile justice system; Juveniles; Laws and Statutes; Right to counsel; Rights of minors
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