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oa Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa - Formulating new juvenile justice legislation in South Africa

 

Abstract

This article will address the need to fonnulate new juvenile justice legislation in South Africa. It will focus on children in custody and the recent steps introduced by government to create a streamlined and effective juvenile justice system that does not put young people at risk. This article will also examine international trends in juvenile justice in the United States with a view to adopting such trends in South Africa. Finally, the conclusion will propose a reform agenda for the future. It is hoped that this agenda will bring us closer to our goal of providing justice for juveniles.

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1998-11-01
2016-12-06
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