Golden Gate University Law Review
Turning Troubled Teens Into Career Criminals: Can California Reform the System to Rehabilitate Its Youth Offenders?
This Comment proposes a statute mandating institutional reform of California's juvenile system, a necessary legislative step toward enabling the CY A to fulfill its statutory mission and judicial mandate. Changes originally proposed in California S.B. 609 are the first steps on the way to making rehabilitation a reality in the CYA. The approaches found in that bill, along with those found in other legislation, will enable the CYA to comply with its legislative mandate and with the Farrell consent decree.
Anna L. Benvenue,
Turning Troubled Teens Into Career Criminals: Can California Reform the System to Rehabilitate Its Youth Offenders?, 38 Golden Gate U. L. Rev.