This article will focus on the constitutional defects of juvenile court adjudications under Ohio juvenile law. The arguments presented, however, are equally applicable in other jurisdictions since every state has some type of legislation granting juvenile court jurisdiction over both criminals and noncriminal misconduct of children.
Note, Juvenile Delinquent and Unruly Proceedings in Ohio: Unconstitutional Adjudications, 24 Clev. St. L. Rev. 602 (1975)