One of the core principles of the juvenile justice system is confidentiality. However, there has been a trend toward more open proceedings with fewer

One of the core principles of the juvenile justice system is confidentiality. However, there has been a trend toward more open proceedings with fewer restrictions on confidentiality for juveniles. Where do you stand on this in light of the fact that juvenile justice operates under parens patriae (“the State as super parent”) and a juvenile does not have the full protections of the U.S. Constitution?  Are we stripping our most vulnerable of any chance of avoiding labels that can further impact them in their communities and future opportunities as adults?

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