Notes

Notes
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Barry C. Feld, The Juvenile Court Meets The Principle of Offense: Punishment, Treatment, And The Difference It Makes, 68 B.U. L. Rev. 821, 832-38 (1988).
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id. at 851-79
Julianne P. Sheffer, Serious And Habitual Juvenile Offender Statutes: Reconciling Punishment and Reha- bilitation Within The Juvenile Justice System, 48 Vand. L. Rev. 479 (1995)
Brian R. Suffredini, Juvenile Gunslingers: A Place for Punitive Philosophy in Rehabilitative Juvenile Justice, 35 B.C. L. Rev. 885 (1994)
3
Barry C. Feld, Abolish the Juvenile Court: Youthfulness, Crimi- nal Responsibility, and Sentencing Policy, 88 J. Crim. L. & Criminology 68, 113-23 (1997).
4
Barry Feld, The Juvenile Court Meets the Principle of the Offense: Legisla- tive Changes in Juvenile Waiver Statutes, 78 J. Crim. L. & Criminology 471, 501 (1987)
P. Greenwood, A. Abrahamse & F. Zimring, Factors Affecting Sentencing Severity for Young Adult Offenders 13-14 (1984).
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§ 5H1.1.
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Marcy Rasmussen Podkopacz & Barry C. Feld, Judi- cial Waiver Policy And Practice: Persistence, Seriousness And Race, 14 Law & Inequality 73, 88, 159-65 (1995)
M.A. Bortner, Traditional Rhetoric, Organizational Realities: Remand of Juveniles to Adult Court, 32 Crime & Delinq. 53, 56-59 (1986)
James P. Heuser, U.S. Dep't of Justice, Juveniles Arrested for Serious Felony Crimes in Oregon and "Remanded" to Adult Criminal Courts: A Statistical Study (1985).
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Norval Morris, The Future of Imprisonment 59-62 (1974)
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