juvenile offender


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juvenile offender

ju·ve·nile of·fend·er

(jū'vĕ-nil ŏ-fend'ĕr)
In law, a person who has yet to reach legal majority but who has broken a law.
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92) After serving twenty five years, the juvenile offender can petition the trial court for a sentence review.
2) after 20 years, if the juvenile offender is sentenced to a term of 20 years or more under section 775.
s (2010) investigation into risk factors among serious juvenile offenders (e.
OFFICE OF STATE COURTS ADMINISTRATOR, MO JUVENILE OFFENDER RECIDMSM, 2009 STATEWIDE JUVENILE COURT REPORT (2009), available at http://www.
The univariate and bivariate results just described are used in the following to inform a multivariate statistical model that identifies factors that influence the probability of a juvenile offender being processed by each of the three processing track alternatives.
In addition, juveniles with foster care experience and other negative home environments are significantly more likely to engage in delinquent activities earlier than are juvenile offenders without such backgrounds (Alitucker, Bullis, Close, & Yovanoff, 2006; Caldwell, Beutler, Sturges, & Silver, 2006; Leve & Chamberlain, 2004).
Despite the popular belief that juvenile offenders are healthy because of their youth, they are not a group without medical problems.
Part I of this investigation included obtaining descriptive information of current physical education program practices that exist within 10 juvenile offender male incarceration/confinement facilities in the TYC.
Mr Swati visited the barracks of women and juvenile offenders and said the situation in the jail had improved but a lot more was still needed to be done.
The objective of the project is to invest in juvenile offenders and offer them opportunities to become positive agents of peace and prosperity in their respective communities.
ISLAMABAD -- Prime Minister's Youth Programme (PMYP), in collaboration with the United Nations Office of Counter-Terrorism (UNOCT), has successfully launched a project for the rehabilitation of juvenile offenders at Quetta District Jail.
The objective of the project is to invest in juvenile offenders and offer them opportunities to become agents of peace and prosperity in their respective communities.

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