Kristin N. Henning

Georgetown University Law Center

600 New Jersey Avenue, NW

Washington, DC 20001

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (4)

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Criminalizing Normal Adolescent Behavior in Communities of Color: The Role of Prosecutors in Juvenile Justice Reform

Cornell Law Review, Vol. 98, pp. 383-462, 2013, Georgetown Public Law Research Paper No. 12-117
Number of pages: 81 Posted: 15 Aug 2012 Last Revised: 14 Feb 2013
Kristin N. Henning
Georgetown University Law Center
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juvenile justice, juvenile delinquency, adolescence, race, society, socioeconomic status, prosecution, adolescent psychology

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What's Wrong with Victims' Rights in Juvenile Court?: Retributive v. Rehabilitative Systems of Justice

California Law Review, Vol. 97, 2008, Georgetown Public Law Research Paper No. 1140754
Number of pages: 65 Posted: 05 Jun 2008 Last Revised: 27 Oct 2010
Kristin N. Henning
Georgetown University Law Center
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Criminal law, criminal procedure, juvenile justice, victims rights

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Assessment of the Liberian Juvenile Justice System

Number of pages: 80 Posted: 17 Apr 2011
Superior Court of the District of Columbia, Georgetown University Law Center, affiliation not provided to SSRN, University of Kent, Brussels, affiliation not provided to SSRN, United Nations - United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) and United Nations - United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)
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Liberian law, juvenile justice, children in conflict with the law, diversion

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When Parental Authority Goes Too Far: The Fourth Amendment Rights of Minors in Their Parents' Homes

William & Mary Law Review, Forthcoming, Georgetown Public Law Research Paper No. 11-32
Number of pages: 55 Posted: 30 Mar 2011
Kristin N. Henning
Georgetown University Law Center
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Fourth Amendment, children's rights, privacy, criminal procedure, third-party consent, Georgia v. Randolph