Commemorating Gault at 50

Fifty years ago, the United States Supreme Court said that children have fundamental rights in America’s courtrooms. In the nearly five decades since then, the promise of Gault has not been realized. It is time to fulfill that promise. Justice demands that all children in juvenile court have meaningful access to qualified counsel.

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Categories: Gault Center Publications, Policy Tool, Resource Library
Tags: Access to Counsel, Right to Counsel, Youth Defense Systems