The flashing flame gleamed from one sun- burnt countenance to another, exhibiting every variety of expression, from the juvenile
simplicity of the children, mingled as it was with a shade of the wildness peculiar to their semi-barbarous lives, to the dull and immovable apathy that dwelt on the features of the squatter, when unexcited.
offenders had not such pleasant faces by a great deal, and in this establishment there were many boys of colour.
The old face, calm and pleasant as ever; the complexion, quite juvenile
in its bloom and clearness; the same smile; the wonted precision and elegance of dress; the white, well-ordered teeth; the delicate hands; the composed and quiet manner; everything as it used to be: no mark of age or passion, envy, hate, or discontent: all unruffled and serene, and quite delightful to behold.
career with every possible advantage, and showered waggon-loads of early roses all over that lady's path.
He was a snub-nosed, flat-browed, common-faced boy enough; and as dirty a juvenile
as one would wish to see; but he had about him all the airs and manners of a man.
In the first place, here are my little girls; I had almost forgotten them,' said Minerva, carelessly pointing towards a couple of full-grown young ladies, of whom one might be about twenty, and the other a year or two older, and who were dressed in very juvenile costumes--whether to make them look young, or their mamma younger, Mr.
Pickwick, as the juveniles turned away, after being presented.
history, so far as it had come under Mr.
Apparently, the originators of the court and their successors in the juvenile
court movement had differing views, for most juvenile
courts had none of these provisions two decades later.
The bill would substantially revise the current Office of Juvenile
Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) renaming it the Office of Juvenile
Crime Control and Prevention.
In addition to the impact of treatment and placement, treatment outcome data indicate that recidivism rates are generally low (5 to 15 percent) in male juvenile
The objective is to identify the factors that influence the probability that juvenile
offenders in Ohio will be processed in one of three possible dispositional alternatives or tracks: 1) Conventional juvenile
; 2) Blended sentence (referred to as a Serious Youthful Offender or SYO); or 3) Transfer to the adult criminal justice system.
For the 10 years of 1998 through 2007, juvenile
arrests for aggravated assault decreased more for males (22 percent) than for females (17 percent).
The report notes that juvenile
arrests for property crimes continued to decline in 2006, hitting the lowest level since 1980.
Justice in the Making, David Tanenhaus argues that, although the problems of the juvenile
justice system may look entrenched now, the reforms at the turn of the last century resulted from a series of compromises between many organizations.