A Survey of the Potentiality of Juvenile Offenders Becoming Conficted Felons
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This paper represents a statistical survey of the number of children with juvenile records who became felony cases in the adult court. The work is primarily a comparison of the percentage of juvenile cases in the Juvenile Court from 1949 to 1965, who eventually acquired adult criminal records, to the total number of juvenile cases seen by the court in that fifteen year time period. Since only a limited amount of information was available for this study, we have been restricted in the extent to which the statistics may be further broken down. The study therefore concentrates largely upon the crime committed, and the disposition of the case.