Many people have the mistaken belief that their juvenile record is expunged when they reach the age of 18. While juvenile records are not available to the general public, your record is not automatically wiped clean at the age of 18, and records of charges, adjudications and dispositions can be maintained and viewed by Read More

There were two major developments in juvenile justice yesterday. The United States Supreme Court, decided that its earlier opinion which outlawed juvenile life sentences of imprisonment without the opportunity of parole would be applied retroactively.[1] Offenders who were minors at the time of their crimes, even if they occurred decades ago, may now seek Read More