II. Persons and Punishment
III. The Rights of Young People ... A. Protection Rights ... 1. The Traditional Juvenile Justice Movement ... 2. The Right to Rehabilitation ... B. Personhood Rights ... 1. The New Juvenile Justice ... 2. The Right to be Punished ... C. Accommodating Protection and Personhood Rights
IV. A Constitutional Right to be Punished? ... A. Eighth Amendment Legislative History ... B. Eighth Amendment Values ... C. Robinson v. California: A Case for Consideration ... D. Judicial Scrutiny of Infringements of the Right to Be Punished ... E. Implementing the Right to Be Punished
V. Juvenile Justice Implications of the Right to Be Punished ... A. Substantive Effects ... B. Procedural Effects
Martin R. Gardner,
The Right of Juvenile Offenders to be Punished: Some Implications of Treating Kids as Persons,
68 Neb. L. Rev.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/nlr/vol68/iss1/4