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2021, Vol. 1, Issue 2, Part A

Significant role of judiciary in juvenile delinquency

Author(s): Dr. Seema Yadav and Dr. Sandhya Verma

Abstract: The word juvenile is defined by varying terms including youthful, immature, childish etc. and the juvenile delinquent is defined as a young person who habitually breaks the law, especially somebody repeatedly charged with vandalism or other anti-social behavior. Every region of the world is dealing with a problem of criminality among both children and adults, and juvenile misbehavior or delinquency is seen as a step towards adult crime. Children are the most valuable assets of a nation and civilization, and they are the most treasured resources of the future. It is not an exaggeration to state that a countries future well-being is determined by how its children develop. With this regard, not only juvenile delinquency takes us to sociological aspects but also psychological ones and dealing with one big word ‘crime’ one cannot deny that there do exist a victim who loses or is deprived of something irretrievable after the crime is committed. Hence, there is always a need for dealing with crime in a lawful society. Tracing the concept of juvenile delinquency as a foundation stone to juvenile justice. Thus, the judiciary plays a very important role in analyzing every situation present and also disposes of cases arising in society. In the present paper the authors have made efforts to explain the significant role played by judiciary in the cases related with juvenile delinquent.

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Dr. Seema Yadav, Dr. Sandhya Verma. Significant role of judiciary in juvenile delinquency. Int J Law Justice Jurisprudence 2021;1(2):110-115.
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