Juvenile Courts in the United States

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Attorney-General v. Lacy. 57 , 208
Bedford v. Anderson140
Bleir v. Crouse104
Bonitz, ex-parte39
Brana v. Brana41
Brooks, ex-parte140
Brown v. Sellers42
Buffington v. Goldman41
Cain, ex-parte104
Cinque v. Boyd10, 11
Colias v. People60
Commonwealth v. Yungblutt57, 139
Compton v. Commonwealth39
Cowles v. Cowles4
Crouse, ex-parte4
Daedler, ex-parte3, 10
Eyre v. Shaftsbury3
Ferrier, in re4
Filer v. State38, 40
Fisher v. State57
Gibson v. People56
Gilder, ex-parte49
Gottlieb v. Commonwealth58
Gutierrez, ex-parte99
Harman v. Commonwealth41
Hill, in re140
Hills v. Pierce10, 140
Hook, in re49
Hosford, in re41
Huntv. Wayne Circuit Judges10
Januszewski, ex-parte10, 11
Johnson, in re177
arrib v. Bailey104
Kilitz45
Kozler v. N. Y. Telephone Co.141
Lindsay v. Lindsay10, 69
Longsine v. State56, 58
Loving, ex-parte10
Lundy, in re49
Lynn v. Bullock10
Macon v. Holloway39
Marlowe v. Commonwealth10
Mattingly v. Commonwealth40
Mayhew v. State56
McDonald v. Short140
McLain v. Superior Court of Chelan Co177
McLaren v. State39, 41
McPherson v. Day49
Mill v. Brown10, 57, 69
Milwaukee Industrial School Supervisors of Milwaukee Co.4
Murphy v. State59
Nicholl v. Koster10
Nugent v. Powell8
Orphan Asylum v. Soule41
Parnell, ex-parte38
Pease v. State56
People v. Alexander41
People v. Bergotini58, 59
People v. Budd56
People v. Camp59
People v. Cohen . 57
People v. Crane59
People v. Day58
People v. de Leon57
People v. De Pue57
People v. Friederich10
People v. Gilmore59
People v. Gutierrez69
People v. Hall58
People v. Hopkins57
People v. Juvenile Court of Denver41
People v. Lamanuzzi59
People v. Lee56
People v. Mason57
People v. Melville56
People v. N. Y. Nursery and Child's Hospital104, 140
People v. Oxnam40
People v. Piccolo139
People v. Pierro57
People v. Salisbury58
People v. Wilhite58
People v. Wolff39
People v. Young59
Powell, in re10
Pruitt, ex-parte12
Robison v. Wayne Circuit Judges10, 137, 147
Sams v. State41
Sharp, in re10
Slade v. State39, 40
Solberg, ex-parte104
Spade v. State41
Spence, in re3
State v. Adams57
State v. Bockman140
State v. Briggs40
State v. Buckner10, 39
State v. Burnett10
State v. Chapman56
State v. Clark57
State v. Coble41
State v. Drury57
State v. Dunn53, 57, 58

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