Wed, Jun. 07, 2006

Return to Society

CK - Washington.   Juvenile and adolescent criminals are the target of a Berlin proposal of June 7, 2006 to meet the resocialization requirements established by the Constitutional Court on May 31, 2006 in the matter 2 BvR 1673/04, 2 BvR 2402/04. Generally, juveniles are those under the age of 18. Adolescents are persons under 21 who have been determined not to have matured to adulthood and are treated similarly to juveniles for their crimes. The federal government is under pressure to meet a court-imposed deadline of early 2008 to establish new statutory and factual conditions that are more likely than present rules to return such delinquents to society and a life without crime.


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