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Youth Legal Links

  • New Mexico Law regarding Children
    This is the New Mexico Children's Code.

  • Youth and Crime
    This link is to and covers a wide selection of youth issues in schools, the laws, and information about how our schools have changed in the past decade.

  • Juvenile Justice
    Juvenile Justice is an on-line, bi-monthly magazine serving juvenile justice professionals in all 50 states involved in Youth Services, Human Services, Law Enforcement, Probation, Parole, Court Administration and Staff Training.

  • Children's Rights
    A child is a person, and not a subperson over whom the parent has an absolute possessory interest. The term "child" does not necessarily mean minor, but can include adult children, and even adult nondependent children. Children are generally afforded the basic rights embodied by the constitution. The equal protection clause of the 14th Amendment is said to apply to children -- born within a marriage or not, but excluding children not yet born. There are both state and federal sources of child-rights law.

  • Youth Rights Links
    Links to organizations and sites that advocate youth rights.
  • Civil Liberties for youth (ACLU)