55 Juv. & Fam. Ct. J. [i] (2004)

handle is hein.journals/juvfc55 and id is 1 raw text is: VOL. 55 -NO. I
CONFIDENTIALITY AND THE
JUVENILE AND FAMILY COURTS
By  JUDGE  LEONARD  P. EDWARDS  ...................................................................... I
TEEN COURT:
WHAT JURORS CAN TELL US
ABOUT THE PROCESS
By DEBORAH KIRBY FORGAYS, LISA DEMIlIO AND Km SCHUSTER ........................................... 25
A PRACTICAL APPROACH TO EVALUATING
AND IMPROVING JUVENILE JUSTICE PROGRAMS
BY  JAMES C. HOWELL AND  M ARK  W . LIPSEY  ............................................................ 35
HEALTH STATUS OF INCARCERATED ADOLESCENTS:
IMPLICATIONS FOR JUVENILE JUSTICE DECISION-MAKING
BY  R OBERT   E . M OR AS ............................................................................. 49
JUVENILE ACCOUNTABILITY AND THE
SPECIFIC DETERRENT EFFECTS
OF SHORT-TERM CONFINEMENT
By GARY S. GREEN PETER M. CARLSON AND ROBERT E. COLVIN ............................................ 63
N EW      O N  THE  BO O KSHELF    .............................................................. 70

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