The exact outcome will depend on the criminal history of the minor as well as the circumstances of the incident. It could be community service, or it could a remand to a juvenile detention center.
There is no federal juvenile court
There is no federal "juvenile court." Juvenile court issues such as custody, support, visitation, etc, are state court issues.
What are the remedies in a juvenile court system?
Yes only if the judge is willingly allowing you to settle it in juvenile court,might have to do community service.
No location (town/city/county) is given. Several courts COULD have jurisdciction: Justice of the Peace Court - Magistrate's Court - Municipal Court - County Court. It all depends on what ordnance or statute you were charged with, and/or whether an appropriate level of local court exists where you were charged.
Depending on the seriousness iof the charge, you will probably still be tried under the Juvenile Court guidelines.
the purpose of a preliminary hearing in juvenile court is to
Juvenile Court judges.
There is no such thing as a "nationwide juvenile court system."
The court is attempting to send the juvenile to be tried in adult court
all Juveniles who display conduct that is determined to be adult conduct get moved to criminal court. Juvenile court is a civil proceeding, not criminal. Thus a "conviction" in juvenile court is called an adjudication. If a juvenile wants to act like an adult then they should be treated as such.
Depends on the law where you are, and the sentence of the court. Here in Virginia, you CAN be sentenced to 12 months in jail for trespassing.
In most jurisdiction juveniles are tried in a separate "juvenile court" unless they commit a serious crime that has the court elevate their offender status to that of an 'adult.' Then the juvenile is tried in adult court.
If a juvenile is charged as an adult, the trial will be heard in Superior Court.Added: . . . otherwise most court systems have a separate track for juvenile offenders - Juvenile Court.
"Open Juvenile" is short for an open juvenile court case.
In 1899, Illinois passed the Juvenile Court Act. This established the nation's first independent juvenile court.
it depends on your state and county averaged about juvenile court counselor trainee about $26,257 in 12 months 18 months about $27,632 24 months $28,729 juvenile court counselor I $27,362 - $44,890 juvenile court counselor II $29,826 - $49,174
It depend on if the court decides to charge you as a minor or as an adult. Just because someone is not 18 years old does not mean they will not charge you as an adult for a crime.
No, but Supreme Court does.
What was the outcome of alistair ramsay court case in dundee
If the person has never had a conviction for trespassing before, they get slapped with a fine of up to $500. If they have had a conviction before, its up to 30 days in jail and a fine of up to $1000. what if they dont show up for there court date and they issue a arrest warrant for them on the charge
They may not extradite the juvenile but you have probably left YOURSELF open to a charge of Contempt Of Court.
In the Georgian judicial system, the court most likely to hear an appeal from the juvenile court is the State Court of Appeals.
Actually they have THREE options. Plead to che charge - await the outcome of the trial - or settle out of court.