International Legal Note: Opening juvenile proceedings to the public and the media: An international social work perspective.
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International legal note
Across the globe countries differ on the preferred standard for access to juvenile proceedings for the public and media. Should there be a presumption that juvenile court proceedings are open? If so, should all juvenile proceedings be open or just some? Should there be a distinction between criminal and civil matters? How do we balance the public's desire for openness with a juvenile defendant's right to a fair trial and desire for confidentiality? As social workers, should the profession take a stand on this issue?
Pollack, D. (2010). International Legal Note: Opening juvenile proceedings to the public and the media: An international social work perspective. International Social Work. 53(6): 836-641.
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