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    1. How do juvenile rights differ from those recognized in the adult system?
    2. should there be a separate justice system for juveniles or should all juveniles be dealt with in the adult system.
    3. What factors d0 you consider to be most important in the creation of juvenile sentencing law.

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    The underlying beliefs of the juvenile justice system is that youth are not fully mentally developed and that their actions and thoughts can be changed. The system focuses on rehabilitation and community protection as primary goals.

    Rehabilitation is not a primary goal of the adult justice system. The adult system focuses on offenders being punished and help fully accountable for their crimes.

    There are limitations to public records for juveniles, whereas the records for adults are public and can be ...

    Solution Summary

    Similarities and differences between the juvenile and adult justice systems.