Read: M. Guggenheim & R. Hertz, Evolving Standards in Juvenile Justice; From Gault to Graham & Beyond, J.D.B. and the Maturing of Juvenile Confession Suppression Law, pp. 509-521.
Question: What is the journey of juvenile confession law as reflected in the various cases in the article? (Gault, Graham, J.D.B.)
What are the implications of such rules/policies in juvenile confessions? Do the cases strike an appropriate balance? Do you think the authors got it right?