The first step-removing the upper receiver unit that was on the Colt AR rifle-could be accomplished easily by pushing out two pins in the lower receiver unit and then lifting the upper receiver unit away from the lower receiver unit.
If a decision on waiver is "critically important," it is equally of "critical importance" that the material submitted to the judge -- which is protected by the statute only against "indiscriminate" inspection -- be subjected, within reasonable limits having regard to the theory of the Juvenile Court Act, to examination, criticism and refutation.
We agree that the order of the Juvenile Court waiving its jurisdiction and transferring petitioner for trial in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia was invalid. Kent was then 16, and therefore subject to the "exclusive jurisdiction" of the Juvenile Court.
In that case, the Court of Appeals held, for purposes of a determination as to waiver of jurisdiction, [p] that no formal hearing is required and that the "full investigation" required of the Juvenile Court need only be such "as is needed to satisfy that court.
Kent was then 16, and therefore subject to the "exclusive jurisdiction" of the Juvenile Court.
These rights are meaningless -- an illusion, a mockery -- unless counsel is given an opportunity to function. It is clear beyond dispute that the waiver of jurisdiction is a "critically important" action determining vitally important statutory rights of the juvenile.
The Juvenile Court judge did not rule on these motions. The Juvenile Court Act and the decisions of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit provide an adequate basis for decision of this case, and we go no further. Rather, the evidence showed that the short-barreled upper receiver unit was found intact, as one complete unit.
We indicate no view as to the legality of these practices. This did not cure the error of the Juvenile Court. At the outset, it assumes procedural regularity sufficient in the particular circumstances to satisfy the basic requirements of due process and fairness, as well as compliance with the statutory requirement of a "full investigation.
He was never read his Miranda rights, nor were his guardians notified.
The statute was amended in to provide for three judges for the court. City of Prichard, F. The case you are viewing is cited by the following Supreme Court decisions. Petitioner attacks the waiver of jurisdiction on a number of statutory and constitutional grounds.
He was still on probation to that court as a result of the proceedings. We do not read the statute as requiring that this statement must be formal, or that it should necessarily include conventional findings of fact.
He was apprehended as a result of several housebreakings and an attempted purse snatching. Accordingly, it held that the Juvenile Court had not abused its discretion in denying access to the social records. Juvenile Court officials interviewed Kent from time to time during the probation period, and accumulated a "Social Service" file.
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Events; Live Chats; Real Estate. Rentals; Analysis Interpretation of. United States (), reflects on the meaning of the decision and its impact on Morris Kent's life. Abstract: By a 5 to 4 majority, the U.S.
Supreme Court reversed and remanded the case of Kent v. syllabus supreme court of the united states u.s.
kent v. united states certiorari to the united states court of appeals for the district of columbia circuit. The following case summaries describe the United States Supreme Court’s major jurisprudence in the arena of juvenile justice. In re Gault, U.S.
1 () This decision was the turning point for the rights of juveniles in U.S. Courts. U.S. Supreme Court Kent v. United States, U.S. () Kent v. United States. No. Argued January 19, Decided March 21, U.S. Today, the prevailing line of thinking surrounding juvenile court stems from the case of Kent v.
United States, which started humbly enough in juvenile and criminal courts before being appealed all the way up to the Supreme Court.
Truly, Kent v.Download