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What is Juvenile Delinquency Court?
Juvenile Delinquency Court cases involve children who have been accused of acts that would be considered criminal offenses if committed by an adult. The juvenile court is mainly focused on rehabilitation of children who commit delinquent acts.
The purpose of Juvenile Delinquency Court is to:
  • Provide care and guidance for the minor
  • Protect the public from actions of the minor
  • Impose a sense of responsibility in the minor
  • Reaffirm duty of the parent to the minor
  • Important
  • A juvenile delinquency case is a serious matter that can have long lasting negative effects on your child's future.
Juvenile Delinquency Basics
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