Category Archives: Juvenile Crimes

Who is Considered a Juvenile?

Under Indiana law, a juvenile is a person who is between 10 and 17 years old. Once a person turns 18, they are considered adults in the eyes of the law. Continue reading to learn more. The definition of a … Continue reading

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FAQs About Juvenile Criminal Law

When children are in trouble with the law, they are sent through the juvenile court system. During this time, parents are reeling with questions and concerns regarding their minor’s future and freedom. If your teenager is currently facing criminal charges, … Continue reading

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Indiana Has a Zero Tolerance Law for Underage Drinking

Teenagers face peer pressure every day. Whether on television, in the movies, at school, or among friends, teens are constantly influenced by what they see and hear around them. As a minor, one of the most common influences at this … Continue reading

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Options for Police When Children Commit Crimes

When a person who is 18 years of age or older is caught committing a crime, police will arrest them, detain them, and then take them into custody. Adult offenders are generally brought to a county jail, booked, and then … Continue reading

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