juvenile court

NOUN
  1. a court having jurisdiction over dependent and delinquent children
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How To Use juvenile court In A Sentence

  • The teenagers, all of whom are incarcerated at Alameda County juvenile hall, will undergo closed juvenile court proceedings.
  • Earlier, at the Juvenile Court Center in Texarkana, the Avilas waived their right to an initial hearing on allegations concerning four of their other sons, who range in age from 8 to 14. Parents say they have left Tony Alamo Ministries; want 5 children returned from protective custody
  • On returning to Mobile she retained attorney Norborne R. Clarke to draft a plan based on the Colorado model for a separate juvenile court and detention home in Mobile.
  • A sixth defendant pleaded guilty in juvenile court more than a year ago.
  • Assault claim: A 15-year-old Darlington boy appeared before the town's Juvenile Court yesterday facing accusations of assault.
  • The first appearance a child would make after being charged would be before a youth court, formerly called a juvenile court.
  • The boy's case was adjudged in the juvenile court.
  • The boy's case was adjudged in the juvenile court.
  • The Pikes appealed to a juvenile court judge, who ruled in their favor.
  • The defendant appeared at the juvenile court yesterday.
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