Equal Protection for Juveniles in Post-Adjudicative Process-In re Brown (3rd Cir. 1971). The Brown holding is significant, since the United States Supreme Court has not yet dealt with the issue of the post-adjudicative rights of juveniles. However, the Third Circuit's decision to exercise jurisdiction on the constitutional issue bears equally close examination. The court's approach, as well as the decision and its implications, is considered below.
Patricia L. Ellison,
Juvenile Law--Equal Protection for Juveniles in the Post-Adjudicative Process,
San Diego L. Rev.
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