Juvenile Crime Of Sexual Assault  

Until now most people thought that only grown up men are capable of committing sexual assaults and abuse.

However, that is not true, and there are several juveniles who are capable of sexual assault too. A juvenile is a person who is aged somewhere from 14 to 18 years of age. Sexual assaults in this category take place on younger girls, or sometimes on grown women too. Juveniles are found to be growingly violent and we often come across cases where school kids have shot their own classmates or school mates.

         There is a growing concern on the case of juveniles becoming extremely hostile to their immediate society. This could be because of the problems in their homes or due to a disturbing environment in their own houses. When there is a case of juvenile crime of sexual assault it is dealt with differently in the court. The juvenile court takes care of the case, and also the juvenile court lawyers are assigned. Some kids can be sent to juvenile prisons depending on the severity of the case. Sometimes, they do prison time and are let out on watch.

            However, the society is more forgiving when it comes to a juvenile because they are given a chance to learn from their mistakes. Also, juveniles are sent for psychotherapy so that they do not tend to take violent routes in future. Some psychologists believe that the violent streak in juveniles is due to the modern gadgetry and computer games. Also, exposure to the Internet and adult websites could be a precursor for the violence.

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