CRJ 301 WEEK 3 ASSIGNMENT ( Juvenile's Rights )

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A Juvenile's RightsCRJ301 - Juvenile Justice IntroductionThe juvenile court system became an institution long before the 21st century among a sequence of increasing needed improvements with the perception children had contrasting requirements as adults. These newer courts were situated on a standard for rehabilitation as treatment instead of retribution. Since courts were considered to be assisting these juveniles rather than to be relinquished to criminal retribution, the judges distributed bearing in mind their Constitutional rights during these proceedings distinctive to adult criminal cases (Fiselier&Vegter, 2006).Once arrested, a juvenile will either become a character offender or the delinquent conduct becomes the inherent behavior. Character offenses would be when the juvenile would commit a crime that normally wouldn't be considered had the crime were committed by an adult. These offenses would be curfew violation, truancy, or a runaway. Nevertheless, if an individual is under the age of 18 years and they find themselves in trouble with law enforcement, their case would be heard in the juvenile justice system (Gillespie, 2005).Laws and precepts exist that regulate arrests of juveniles. When juveniles do who commit crimes; they fall under the civil allocation of a state's penal code. This is called the family code. The object of disjoining juveniles from adult criminal justice system i

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