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In re Gault (1967)

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Discusses the case involving fifteen-year-old Gerald Gault and its impact on children"s rights and due process of law for juveniles.

StatementSusan Dudley Gold.
SeriesSupreme Court decisions, Supreme Court decisions (New York, N.Y.)
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LC ClassificationsKF228.G377 G65 1995
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
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Open LibraryOL787160M
ISBN 100805039171
LC Control Number95019446
OCLC/WorldCa32589486

Facts: Gerald (“Jerry”) Gault was a 15 year-old accused of making an obscene telephone call to a neighbor, Mrs. Cook, on June 8, After Mrs. Cook filed a complaint, Gault and a friend, Ronald Lewis, were arrested and taken to the Children’s Detention Home.

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Gault was on probation when he was arrested, after being in the company of another boy who had stolen a wallet from a woman’s. The book is an effective tool for teachers and students to explore a crucial turning point in legal and constitutional history."--Journal of American History "Tanenhaus places what happened to Gault in social, legal, and historical context and packs his retelling of the now-famous case with fascinating by: 3.

In Re Gault was a landmark decision issued by the United States Supreme Court that ultimately established that under the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, a juvenile involved in a delinquency hearing must be afforded similar due process rights as is afforded to an adult.

In re Gault, U.S. 1 (), was a landmark case decided by the Supreme Court of the United States in The Court ruled that juveniles (children and teenagers) have the same rights as adults when they are accused of a example, they have due process rights, like the right to have a lawyer, when they are being questioned by the police, and when they are on case name: In re Gault et al.

The Constitutional Rights of Children book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. When fifteen-year-old Gerald Gault of Globe, A The Constitutional Rights of Children book.

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Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In re Gault and Juvenile Justice” as Want to Read:4/5. Barry C. Feld, “In re Gault Revisited: A Cross-State Comparison of the Right to Counsel in Juvenile Court,” Crime and Delinquency, vol.

34, no. 4, OctoberJuvenile Justice: Procedural Safeguards for Delinquents in the Adjudicatory Author: Hannah Miller-Kim. In re Gault. In re Gault took place in the state of _____.

Arizona. Prior to the U.S. Supreme Court case of In re Winship, the standard of proof used in establishing a juvenile's delinquency was _____ of the evidence. Preponderance. The U.S. Supreme Court ruling in In re Winship held that the standard of proof to find juveniles.

99 Ariz.P.2dreversed and remanded. Appellants' year-old son, Gerald Gault, was taken into custody as the result of a complaint that he had made lewd telephone calls.

After hearings before a juvenile court judge, Gerald was ordered committed to the State Industrial School as a juvenile delinquent until he should reach majority. IN RE GAULT, U.S.

1 () Decided MR. JUSTICE FORTAS delivered the opinion of the Court. On Monday, June 8,at about 10 a. m., Gerald Francis Gault and a friend, Ronald Lewis, were taken into custody by the Sheriff of Gila County. Gerald was then still. Inyear-old Gerald Gault was committed to the Arizona reform school for six years for making an obscene phone call.

If he had been an adult, he would have gotten a maximum sentence of two months in jail, a $50 fine, or : Susan Dudley Gold. In Re Gault, Summary of the Case In June ofin Gila County, Arizona a complaint was filed by a Mrs.

Cook to the local sheriff stating that she had received an obscene phone call. Although the call was traced to the Gault home there was no proof as to exactly who File Size: 84KB. The latter occurred in this case. Young Gault was arrested and detained on a charge of violating an Arizona penal law by using vile and offensive language to a lady on the telephone.

If an adult, he [p61] could only have been fined or imprisoned for two months for his conduct. As a juvenile, however, he was put through a more or less secret.

About; License; Lawyer Directory; Projects. Shifting Scales; Body Politic; Tour; Site Feedback; Support Oyez & LII; LII Supreme Court Resources; Justia Supreme Court. Book Description: This new edition upon the 50th anniversary ofIn re Gaultincludes expanded coverage of the Roberts Court's juvenile justice decisions includingMiller a; explains how disregard for children's constitutional rights led to the "Kids for Cash" scandal in Pennsylvania; new legal developments in the Gault case; and, updates the bibliography and fifteen-year.

This research portal has been created to mark the 50 th anniversary of the in re Gault decision in It is organized into several sections. It is organized into several sections.

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The first section offers an overview of archival materials documenting the case that are housed at a variety of repositories in the United : Hannah Miller-Kim. VERDICT Even those familiar with the case In re Gault will find Tanenhaus's behind-the-scenes insights revelatory.

Juvenile justice and constitutional law collections should add this book.—Joan Pedzich, Harris Beach PLLC, Rochester, NY. Library JournalBrand: University Press of Kansas.

The case In Re Gault was between a fifteen year old named Gerald Gault, his friend Ronald Lewis, and Gault’s neighbor Ora Cook. What was the decision of the Supreme Court and why did they rule this way. The Supreme Court ruling was They ruled that Gault’s commitment to the State Industrial School was in violation of three amendments.

In re Gault () Name: Reading An Unfair Detention Inan Arizona sheriff took year-old Gerald Gault into custody after a woman complained Gerald and another boy made an indecent phone call. The sheriff left no notice for Gerald’s parents, who had to figure out on their own where Gerald went. At the station, the deputy told Gerald’sFile Size: KB.

I have been given my mother-in-law's copy of a book called 'William and Mary Helen Gault,A Biography of their life and times' by John Scott Gault.

It says it is 'a true tale of an intrepid Scots Fisher family who migrated to Austrailia,June ' It continues through to I. Learn term:in re gault with free interactive flashcards.

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Produced by Johns Hopkins University Cited by: 3. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Supreme Court Decisions: In Re: Gault (): Juvenile Justice by Susan Dudley Gold (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. When fifteen-year-old Gerald Gault of Globe, Arizona, allegedly made an obscene phone call to a neighbor, he was arrested by the local police, who failed to inform his parents.

After a hearing in which the neighbor didn’t even testify, Gault was promptly sentenced to six years in a juvenile “boot camp”—for an offense that would have cost an adult only two months.

Even in a nation fed Cited by: 3. I am having trouble with dates though do you know when these any of these Gleghorns were born or died.

The information I have comes from Ruth Ann Gleghorn Ondricek. Most of the infromation came from the Gault Family History Book 1 by Presley Brown Gault. Thank you LaDonna. The case of In Re Gault started when Gerald Gault a year-old citizen of Arizona made several lewd telephone calls to a neighbor.

After a complaint by that neighbor Gault was arrested and detained by police. Gault’s parents worried that their son was not at home that day, searched for their missing child.

Gault’s parents [ ]. Gerald Gault and his parents were not provided adequate notice of the terms and purposes of the proceedings in which he was adjudged delinquent; they were not advised of their rights to be represented by counsel; and no record in any form was maintained of the proceedings.

In re Gault was an important ruling by the Supreme Court made in that accorded children a number of rights emphasizing that juveniles too are persons legible for the provisions of the fifth and the fourteenth amendment. In the case of “In re Gault” it was a landmark decision, which finally gave Juveniles the same due processes of adults.

The U.S Supreme Court made this decision in after hearing the case of fifteen-year-old Gerald Gault. Get this from a library. The constitutional rights of children: in re Gault and juvenile justice.

[David Spinoza Tanenhaus] -- "When fifteen-year-old Gerald Gault of Globe, Arizona, allegedly made an obscene phone call to a neighbor, he was arrested by the local police, tried in.

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The book considers the evolving U.S. juvenile justice system while anticipating future challenges and trends. Merlo attended a gala sponsored by the National Juvenile Defender Center in Washington, D.C.

on “Gault at 50 Gala,” that marked the 50th anniversary of the “In re Gault” case. The event recognized Robert L. Listenbee. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. In re Gault () by Susan Dudley Gold.

In.E.£ Gault came to the 'Harren Court on appeal of the dismissal of a petition for Hrit of habeas corpus by the Arizona ~upreme Court. The appellants were the parents of Gerald Gault" vJho had been arrested on June 8.t by the Sheriff of Gila County after allegedly joining a friend in making an obscene.