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Bell Ringers (Tue.) 3-31-2014. Status Offenders: Face charges such as : “beyond control” and “habitually disobedient,” or truant from school. Bell Ringer (Tue.) 4-1-2014. Delinquent Act :

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bell ringers tue 3 31 2014
Bell Ringers (Tue.) 3-31-2014

Status Offenders:

  • Face charges such as: “beyond control” and “habitually disobedient,” or truant from school.
bell ringer tue 4 1 2014
Bell Ringer (Tue.) 4-1-2014

Delinquent Act:

  • an act that is committed by a child, which is considered a violation, felony or misdemeanor offense under the law of a state.
  • a minor who cannot be controlled by parental authority and commits antisocial or criminal acts, as vandalism or violence.
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Juvenile & Adult Law Terms

Juvenile Terms

Adult Law Terms

Crime

Arrest

File Charges

Not Guilty Plea

Guilty Plea

Trial

Found Guilty

Sentencing

Jail

Parole

  • Offense
  • Take into Custody
  • Petition
  • Denial
  • Admission
  • Adjudicatory Hearing
  • Found Delinquent
  • Disposition
  • Detention
  • After Care
bell ringer thur 4 3 2014
Bell Ringer (Thur.) 4-3-2014

Three ways juveniles can be tried in adult court

  • Juvenile Waiver – Judge Decides
  • Statutory Exclusion – State laws decide
  • Direct file – prosecutor asks for juvenile to be tried in adult court.
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