Juvenile delinquency 未成年人违法
- A child is considered legally incapable of committing a crime.
- All juvenile records are closed and confidential at the court’s discretion.
- Being a minor, he would not be charged as an adult for a criminal act.
- Having taken the age of the accused into consideration, the court has decided to give him a suspended sentence.
- A Person who has reached the age of fourteen but not the age of eighteen who commits a crime shall be given a lesser punishment or a mitigated punishment.
- The appeal court quashed the care order made by the juvenile court.
- The emphasis in juvenile courts is upon rehabilitation of youthful offenders rather than punishment.
- The juvenile court may expunge or destroy the records of a juvenile at any time.
- The juvenile delinquent was sent to the reformatory.
- When the offense was committed, he was under the age of majority.