Written by attorney Muneer Othman Awad | May 12, 2018

10 Things Every Teen Should Know About Juvenile Court

Crimes committed by children younger than 17 are called “delinquent acts” and if you are found delinquent, a Juvenile Court judge has the authority to sentence you to confinement and/or supervision until you are 21 years old.

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