2. (a) Briefly describe the argument for juvenile justice reform offered in Chapter 8 of Scott and Steinberg’s book. (b) What are the potential benefits and limitations of the approach they suggest? (c) How much of a departure is this from the way things are currently done? (d) Evaluate the conclusions that they reach in the chapter that follows (Chapter 9) regarding the willingness of the public, political leaders, and practitioners to take a different approach to doing juvenile justice. Perform a quick web search in recent news around States’ juvenile justice policies. (e) Are there any examples to suggest Scott and Steinberg might be correct?