• juvenile courts differ from the adults courts because if you commit a crime that is not serious you problay might do probation and they will have you go to school and have your teachers sign a paper that you get from your probation officer saying that you was in school. Now when you commit a felony you would be going back to the detention center until you get shipped off to an adult jail. They will wait until you turn 17 years old before they do that.
  • Juvenile courts differ from adult courts because they're for kids and tend to be more lenient. Juvenile courts are similiar to adult courts because they still have to follow the same laws, except laws that only pertain to a particular age group, and many of the rules of the court are also the same for both of these courts.
  • they probably dont go to jail as long as adults

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