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Experience is Needed for Juvenile Cases
A juvenile cases is a civil, not criminal proceeding. For practical purposes, the ramifications of a juvenile court adjudication of delinquency or unruly will not appear much different from an adult criminal conviction in the Minor’s immediate perception. Both carry potential probation and possible incarceration. Both can be a hinderance for future career decisions. The […]
DUI Convictions May Be Based On Prescribed Drugs Or Marijuana Any Drug That Stimulates The Central Nervous Systrem
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