What are status offenses? How does the juvenile justice system rationalize its involvement with this type of offense?

anme3c9   ·   18.10.2021 03:30
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answered: irlShadow
02.07.2019 15:00

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answered: cuppykittyy
01.07.2019 02:00

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answered: lukeakalucas
22.06.2019 06:20

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explanation:

answered: yulaarmstrong
18.10.2021 03:30

In juvenile cases, a "status offense" is conduct that would not be considered a criminal if done by an adult. In other words, the actions are only considered a violation of the law because the kid is a minor.

Credit:

Juvenile Law: Status Offenses - Nolo

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