Lisa Pasko Defines Juvenile Delinquency

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      [Juvenile Delinquency]

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      LISA J. PASKO, PHD: Juvenile delinquencyis a two-part definition.The first part of juvenile delinquencyis any criminal act committed by someone who is 17 or younger.Juvenile delinquency also includes status offenses.And those are acts that are only specificallyillegal because you are under the age of 18.Those acts include breaking curfew, being truant,

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      LISA J. PASKO, PHD [continued]: running away, using substances that you can onlyuse after a certain age.And in some definitions, you're a juvenile delinquentif you commit a criminal act when you're very, very young.That's considered a status offense or delinquent act.That is basically what we mean whenwe say juvenile delinquency.

Lisa Pasko Defines Juvenile Delinquency

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Professor Lisa Pasko defines juvenile delinquency as any criminal act by someone who is seventeen or younger.

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Lisa Pasko Defines Juvenile Delinquency

Professor Lisa Pasko defines juvenile delinquency as any criminal act by someone who is seventeen or younger.

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