Results found for juvenile court | Beaufort County Now | Your source for all Beaufort County, North Carolina Events, Issues, Business, News and Information, Government, Politics, People, and Arts. Everything a tourist, and others alike need.

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

4 Results found for juvenile court

[ Search Users ] [ Search Calendar Events ]

Title   Description   Keywords   Content   Exact
 

On Monday, a Virginia juvenile court essentially found a 15-year-old guilty (the word “guilty” is not used in juvenile court) of sexually assaulting a fellow classmate in a girls’ bathroom at a high school in Loudoun County, Virginia.
On Monday, a Virginia juvenile court essentially found a 15-year-old guilty (the word “guilty” is not used in juvenile court) of sexually assaulting a fellow classmate in a girls’ bathroom at a high school in Loudoun County, Virginia.
 
A case of corruption has become political as a former juvenile court judge was ordered to prison, refused to go, and was dragged from the courtroom after she went limp in protest.
A case of corruption has become political as a former juvenile court judge was ordered to prison, refused to go, and was dragged from the courtroom after she went limp in protest.
 
A day in the life of a juvenile court ... what does it really look like? Is it all about the crazy kids that television dramas portray? Or are they kids that are misunderstood and are innocent about the real effect of their curious behavior? I took a day to travel to a rural northern county here in
A day in the life of a juvenile court ... what does it really look like? Is it all about the crazy kids that television dramas portray? Or are they kids that are misunderstood and are innocent about the real effect of their curious behavior? I took a day to travel to a rural northern county here in
 
North Carolina is one of only two states which automatically send all 16 and 17 year-olds to the adult justice system, and does not allow juveniles to petition for juvenile court jurisdiction.
North Carolina is one of only two states which automatically send all 16 and 17 year-olds to the adult justice system, and does not allow juveniles to petition for juvenile court jurisdiction.
 
Older     

HbAD0

 
Back to Top