Juvenile

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The American juvenile system handles youths who have been convicted of criminal offenses. The system comprises of the federal and other separate local, state and territorial jurisdiction. However, the federal and state government shares sovereign police power. The juvenile justice system intervenes criminal behavior through correction involvement, court, and police with the aim of rehabilitation. Some of the consequences a person can get are community service, youth incarceration, prohibition, and youth court.

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