Tuesday, September 03, 2013

Juvenile Justice in India

Juvenile Justice post the Delhi Gang Rape case
The very term “Juvenile” broadly denotes a person who, by virtue of his tender age, has not yet attained sufficient maturity or understanding to judge the nature and consequences of his actions. In law, a juvenile is considered not old enough to be held responsible for his criminal acts. Once recognized a “Juvenile”, the law concedes immunity to him from the consequences of his action which are in conflict with law.
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