The Juvenile Justice System was set up to offer rehabilitation to juveniles instead of punishment. Many factors separate juvenile courts from adult courts. In earlier years, these courts were very informal and constitutional rights were not a priority. After a number of cases were heard by the Supreme Court, it was decided that juveniles should have the basic rights as adults. However, some rights such as a jury trial and bail are not a part of juvenile courts.
In recent years, crimes committed by juveniles have become heinous and brutal which makes it difficult for these cases to be heard . . .
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