Minnesota State Law Library
Legal Topics: Youth and the Law
Resources, Minnesota: (Print resources are available at the Law Library and in county law libraries around the state.)
The Consequences of a Juvenile Delinquency Record in Minnesota, from the Council on Crime and Justice.
Delinquency, from the Fourth District (Hennepin County) Courts.
Frequently Asked Questions (Juvenile Court), from the Fourth District (Hennepin County) Courts.
Juvenile Delinquency, from the Self-Help Center.
Juvenile Justice System, from Research Department, Minnesota House of Representatives.
Legal Age in Minnesota, from the Legislative Reference Library
Legal stuff. (Hennepin County Bar Association, 2001). KF337.J88 L43 2001.
Truly, Traci. Teen Rights (and Responsibilities), 2d ed. (Sphinx Pub., 2005). KF479.Z9 T78 2005.
Youth and the Law: A Guide for Legislators , from the Research Department, Minnesota House of Representatives (December 2010) KFM5491 .M5 Y68 2012.
ABA Student Central
Juvenile Justice, from FindLaw.
The Juvenile Justice System, from Nolo.
Classroom Resources, from the Student Press Law Center.
Related Topics: Age of Majority, Adults Dating Minors
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Last updated on July 30, 2013.
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