Juvenile Waiver

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PLEASE PROVIDE 2-3 DETAILED THOROUGH PARAGRAPHS. USE PROPER APA CITATION THROUGHOUT.

Juvenile Waiver

In the criminal justice system, special circumstances exist under which juvenile offenders can be tried in adult court. This process is called juvenile waiver and may be used for juvenile cases that meet certain specifications. Each state has its own criteria for juvenile cases that can be waived into adult court. Some states allow offenders who are 17 years old to be tried in adult court. In other states, the age may be as low at 11. In addition, many states have provisions that exclude some offenses, like murder, from being tried in juvenile court.

For this Discussion, examine the juvenile waiver process. Consider whether or not juveniles should be charged and sentenced as adults and circumstances that may affect your decision.

Post by Day 4 your position on whether or not juveniles should be charged and sentenced as adults. Include circumstances that might influence whether or not juveniles should be charged and sentenced as adults. Justify your response with references to the literature and the Learning Resources.

Read a selection of your colleagues' postings.

Respond by Day 6 to at least one of your colleagues' postings.

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Daphne234
School: Cornell University

Whats up buddy?πŸ˜€ I completed the assignment and I used APA style for formatting and referencing.😎 Everything should be clear but if you have any questions..hit me up and I will explain..πŸ˜‡ Otherwise if the work is satisfactory, go ahead to complete and review the question below..πŸ‘‡

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