Delays in Juvenile Justice: Findings from a National Survey

Jeffrey A. Butts and Greg Halemba (1994). Delays in Juvenile Justice: Findings from a National Survey. Juvenile & Family Court Journal, 45 (4), 31-46.

This article examines the extent to which unnecessary delays exist in the processing of juvenile court cases and analyzes the causes and effects of delay. Includes recommendations for national standards or policy initiatives.

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