2 edition of Glossary of selected legal terms for juvenile justice personnel found in the catalog.
Glossary of selected legal terms for juvenile justice personnel
National College of Juvenile Justice.
|Statement||prepared by the National College of Juvenile Justice, training division of the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges.|
|LC Classifications||KF9777.5 .N37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 10 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||10|
|LC Control Number||79106659|
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Glossary. There is a lot of terminology involved in the work we do at the Department of Children and Family Services. Please refer to this glossary any time you are unsure about a phrase, acronym, or term your social worker, lawyer, or service provider says so that you can navigate the . the juvenile justice community as well as to the judiciary. This approach, indeed, the entire effort to develop a juvenile justice handbook, has been supported fully by Supreme Court Justice Petra Jimenez Maes, who has made publication of the Handbook a priority. Funding for the Handbook was provided by the Children’s Law Center, the JudicialFile Size: 3MB.
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GLOSSARY OF SELECTED LEGAL TERMS FOR JUVENILE JUSTICE PERSONNEL ABANDONMENT: A parent's or custodian's act of leaving a child without adequate care, supervision, support or parental contact for an excessive period of time; an express or implied intention to sever the parent-child relationship and avoid the obligations arisFile Size: 1MB.
Adjudication. Adjudication is the court process that determines (judges) if the juvenile committed the act for which he or she is charged. The term “adjudicated” is analogous to “convicted” and indicates that the court concluded the juvenile committed the act.
Dually-Involved Youth. Glossary. Glossary. This glossary incorporates selected terms used in FBI arrest statistics, the Juvenile Court Statisticsreport series, and the Census of Juveniles in Residential Placement.
Adjudication- Adjudication is the court process that determines (judges) if the juvenile committed the act for which he or she is charged. Juvenile Justice Glossary 5th Amendment - Amendment that guarantees citizens the right to trial by jury, and the right to withhold self-incriminating statements.
14th Amendment - Amendment that guarantees citizens equal treatment under the law by due process trial rights. What follows are brief definitions of key terms or additional information about phrases used in the juvenile justice field. While not exhaustive, these are intended to provide additional information for users of the site.
Adjudicated Adjudication is the juvenile court process that determines if the youth committed the act for which he or she is [ ]. The oldest age at which a juvenile court has original jurisdiction over an individual for law-violating behavior. States vary in terms of their upper age of juvenile court jurisdiction.
Age 17 is the most common upper age. A complete list of age boundaries can be found on this page from OJJDP's Statistical Briefing Book website. The legal procedure for determining whether the juvenile court will retain jurisdiction over a juvenile case or whether the matter will be sent to adult criminal court.
A reverse waiver occurs where a child is originally charged in adult court, but is sent back to juvenile court for trial or disposition. The juvenile justice system, statutes relevant to children's issues, and the budgetary process, use unique terminology not associated with the adult criminal justice system.
This glossary is designed to provide you with a better understanding of the Juvenile Justice System, and is not intended to be a substitute for the legal definition listed. Short but well-defined glossary of legal terms and an essay on juvenile crime describing indicators of juvenile crime. (Added: 01 Jan Rating: Votes: 1) Rate It Get Site Info.
Juvenile Offenders and Victims: National Report - A comprehensive source of information about juvenile crime, violence, and victimization.
Legal Definitions and Terms for the letter J. Below is our growing list of legal definitions beginning with the letter "J".If there is a term you are looking for please use our search form below and enter the legal Legal, Inc.
updates the database of terms weekly and boasts the most up-to-date legal term dictionary on the Internet. Criminal Law Legal Terms & Definitions If you or a loved one is facing criminal charges, there are many new terms that you will encounter. While we cannot provide all related terms here on this site, we have selected a few of the most important legal terms for you to know.
Texas Juvenile Law is used extensively throughout the state by juvenile court judges, probation officers, prosecutors, defense attorneys, law enforcement officials, universities, and other stakeholders.
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A list of terms used in Juvenile Court procedures. Appropriate for grades Although based on Minnesota Law, the terms and definitions are those commonly used in juvenile courts.
Juvenile definition: A juvenile is a child or young person who is not yet old enough to be regarded as an | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. a selected area, city, or county.
Custody; Taken into custody: Being in the care of a criminal or juvenile justice agency or official or being taken into custody by a law enforcement officer pursuant to the laws of arrest if the juvenile were an adult and the offense is criminal in Size: 12KB. The Law Dictionary features Black's Law Dictionary, the trusted legal dictionary of law definitions and terms for over years.
The 2nd edition has over 15K legal terms. Juvenile Justice Law and Legal Definition Juvenile justice is the area of criminal law applicable to persons not old enough to be held responsible for criminal acts, In most states, juvenile justice law is applicable to those under 18 years old.
Juvenile Justice Terms. North Carolina child welfare agencies must complete the DSS Critical Incident Report (rev. June ) for any youth who commits the status offense of running away (for more than 24 hours) and for any youth who commits a delinquent act and gets “arrested.”.
Based on the authors' many years of hands-on, practical experience in the field, the text includes a wealth of interesting narrative illustrations that provide students with a realistic picture of the juvenile justice system.
JUVENILE JUSTICE clearly and effectively introduces students to the various phases and complex nuances of juvenile law /5(13). Juvenile Justice: An Introduction is a student-friendly analysis of all aspects of the juvenile justice system.
The book covers the history and development of the juvenile justice system and the unique issues related to juveniles, including police interaction, court processes, due process, movements toward diversion and deinstitutionalization.Start studying Juvenile Justice: Definition of Legal Terms.
Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.United Nations Rules for the Protection of Juveniles Deprived of their Liberty Adopted by General Assembly resolution 45/ of 14 December I.
Fundamental perspectives. 1. The juvenile justice system should uphold the rights and safety and promote the physical and mental well-being of juveniles. Imprisonment should be used as a last.