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Juveniles and Criminal Culpability: A Research Guide

A guide to researching Texas and national "raise the age" law and legislation. Created by Shelby Sterling, Texas A&M University School of Law, for the Summer 2017 Texas Legal Research Practicum.

Interest Groups & Associations

With the abundance of discussions regarding raising the age and juvenile justice reform, the amount of interested groups and associations is not surprising. Their websites can be utilized to gain perspective on the current state of the issues.

National Center for Juvenile Justice

Raise the Age Texas

Campaign for Youth Justice

National Council of Juvenile & Family Court Judges 

Other Relevant Materials

Although non-legal, the following online resources are exceptionally helpful in gaining pertinent knowledge and learning the current state of affairs concerning juvenile justice reform and the fight to raise the age. Both the Marshall Project and the Texas Tribune keep up with social issues as they evolve and have a separate section for juvenile justice on their websites.