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Intent in Fact, Insanity and Infancy: Elusory Concepts in the Exercise of Juvenile Court Jurisdiction

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Title: Intent in Fact, Insanity and Infancy: Elusory Concepts in the Exercise of Juvenile Court Jurisdiction
Author: Frey, Martin A.
Abstract: "Juvenile delinquency," when employed as a technical term rather than merely a descriptive phrase, is entirely a legislative product. Its meaning varies from country to country and from state to state. Delinquency in one jurisdiction may be criminality in another, or it may be both delinquency and criminality in the same jurisdiction, or it may be neither. Professor Frey discusses this seeming conundrum.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10601/259
Related Resources: Click to follow Hein Online link
Date: 1973

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