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Child Rights & Remedies Fall 2012. Class 17. Review of Class # 16. Child Victim /Witness Confidentiality Delinquency Basics. Special Problem of Sexually Exploited Minors. Prostitution Arrests and Disposition. The Leading Case. In Re Gault U.S. (1966). Children and the 4 th Amendment.

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Child rights remedies fall 2012

Child Rights & RemediesFall 2012

Class 17


Review of class 16

Review of Class # 16

  • Child Victim /Witness Confidentiality

  • Delinquency Basics


Special problem of sexually exploited minors

Special Problem of Sexually Exploited Minors

  • Prostitution Arrests and Disposition


The leading case

The Leading Case

  • In Re Gault U.S. (1966)


Children and the 4 th amendment

Children and the 4th Amendment

  • New Jersey v. T.L.O. U.S. (1985)

  • Vernonia School Dist.47J v. Acton U.S. (1995)


Children and the 4 th amendment1

Children and the 4th Amendment

  • Board of Education of Independent School District No. 92 of Pottawatomie County v. Earls U.S. (2002)

    -- Drug Testing

  • New Case: Safford v. Redding U.S. (2009)


Children and the 4 th amendment2

Children and the 4th Amendment

  • U.S. v. Frederick Doe (E.D. Tex. 1992)

    -- Traffic Stop / Juvenile Court


Delinquency and burden of proof

Delinquency and Burden of Proof

  • In Re WinshipU.S. (1970)

    -- Preponderance, Clear and Convincing, or Beyond Reasonable Doubt?


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