Independent and impartial authority
CRC Article = 37(d); 40(2)(b)(iii)(v)
An independent authority is to be independent of the executive and of the parties. An impartial authority is required to be unprejudiced, disinterested, just and equitable in the relation to the involved parties.
Accused children Administration of Juvenile Justice Children deprived of their liberty Determination of lawfulness of detention Due process Fair trial Judicial body