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Juvenile delinquency is defined as a (Points : 4) violation of the law by someone 21 years of age or younger felony violation of the law committed by a person prior to his/her eighteenth birthday status Offense
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User: Juvenile delinquency is defined as a (Points : 4) violation of the law by someone 21 years of age or younger felony violation of the law committed by a person prior to his/her eighteenth birthday status Offense

Weegy: Juvenile delinquency is defined as a felony violation of the law committed by a person prior to his/her eighteenth birthday.



User: A juvenile in custody is not entitled to rights per Miranda. (Points : 4) True False

Weegy: A juvenile in custody is not entitled to rights per Miranda. FALSE.



User: One of the ten basic principals stated in the Institute of Judicial Administration-American Bar Association Juvenile Justice Standards states that juveniles have no part in the decision making process. (Points : 4) True False

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