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Expulsion Hearing, Administrative Hearings, Juvenile Crimes – 600 Cases, Misdemeanors & Felonies
Juvenile law concentrates on the crime and punishment of delinquents who are not old enough to face adult tribunals. The laws recognize the age of majority or accountability spanning from sixteen to eighteen. The difference between juvenile law and criminal law lies in the aims. The objective of juvenile law is to rehabilitate young people; therefore, more lenient sentencing.The state improves on every opportunity so that the young offender may be committed to community programs and special care programs. Depending on the nature of a minor’s first criminal act, law enforcement hands down a warning. Most juvenile offenses include property crimes such as theft and vandalism, ammunition possession and use, drug muling, drug abuse, and sex violations.Over the years we have helped with many juvenile cases and have been able to help our clients with many situations. Our legal team will work quickly to investigate the case facts and research the applicable law.