Standards for specialized courts dealing with children

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Statementprepared by Children"s Bureau, U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, in cooperation with National Probation and Parole Association [and] National Council of Juvenile Court Judges.
SeriesBureau publication (United States. Children"s Bureau) ;, no. 346.
ContributionsNational Council on Crime and Delinquency., National Council of Juvenile Court Judges.
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LC ClassificationsKF9794 .C54 1978
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Paginationvi, 99 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL4722713M
ISBN 100313206783
LC Control Number78010186

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