Is It Possible to Get Arrested in Elementary School?

In recent years, the practice of prosecuting teenagers like adults has been coming under increasing scrutiny. What many people don’t realize is that while every state has a maximum age for juvenile court jurisdiction (usually 18), two-thirds of states don’t have a minimum age of jurisdiction. That means that it’s legal in 28 states to prosecute children as young as 5 in juvenile court.

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