During the 1900s, landmark cases changed the course of juvenile justice in the United States. Unfortunately, the present juvenile system is more concerned with punishment than rehabilitation. Reformers are working to change the current juvenile justice system as it is too harsh. First, let us look. at the English roots of our juvenile justice.
This research has attempted to clear the issues of child victims in the juvenile justice system. The boundary between criminal courts and juvenile justice has dramatically changed for children in the past year. There is no proof that mandatory or automatic refusal to criminal court reduces recidivism and improves community safety.