Table of contents for The changing borders of juvenile justice : transfer of adolescents to the criminal court / edited by Jeffrey Fagan and Franklin E. Zimring.

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Francis A. Allen
Editors’ Introduction
Jeffrey Fagan and Franklin E. Zimring
Part I: The Evolution of Intercourt Transfer
1. The Evolution of Transfer out of the Juvenile Court
David S. Tanenhaus
2. Judicial Waiver in Theory and Practice
Robert O. Dawson
3. Legislative Exclusion of Offenses from Juvenile Court Jurisdiction: A History and Critique
Barry C. Feld
4. Blended Sentencing in American Juvenile Courts
Richard E. Redding and James C. Howell
5. Juvenile Justice on Appeal
Lynda E. Frost Clausel and Richard J. Bonnie
6. The Punitive Necessity of Waiver
Franklin E. Zimring
Part II: The Impacts of Jurisdiction Shifts
7. Consequences of Waiver
Donna Bishop and Charles Frazier
8. Race and Transfer: Empirical Research and Social Context
M. A. Bortner, Marjorie S. Zatz, and Darnell F. Hawkins
9. Forensic Clinical Evaluations Related to Waiver of Jurisdiction
Thomas Grisso
10. The Reproduction of Juvenile Justice in Criminal Court: A Case Study of New York’s Juvenile Offender Law
Simon I. Singer, Jeffrey Fagan, and Akiva Liberman
Part III: Perspectives on Reform
11. A Developmental Perspective on Jurisdictional Boundary
Laurence Steinberg and Elizabeth Cauffman
12. Transfer Policy and Law Reform
Franklin E. Zimring and Jeffrey Fagan

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Juvenile justice, Administration of United States, Extenuating circumstances United States, Transfer of cause United States, Criminal courts United States