Beyond Scared Straight -Juvenile Justice Reform: Great Neck Juvenile Defendants Must Stay Quiet, State v. Pearson Shows

Via Scoop.itJuvenile Defendants

Being arrested as a teenager has many long-term implications. For one, the defendant has the obstacle of facing the criminal justice or juvenile justice systems with the possibility for penalties that include house arrest, community service, probation or even jail or prison time. Following that, an arrest or a conviction on a teenager’s record can disqualify him or her from getting into college, earning scholarships, getting a job in this highly competitive market or enlisting in the armed forces.

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