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The implications of trying youthful offenders as adults: a call for action to return 17-year-olds to original juvenile court jurisdiction in Wisconsin

By Rebecca A. Trolinger
Topics: University of Wisconsin - Platteville: Master of Science - Criminal Justice, UW Platteville - Master of Science - Criminal Justice, Juvenile delinquents - Wisconsin - Evaluation
Year: 2012
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