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The state of being late for a payment on a loan or other liability. If a payment is due on the third of each month and one does not pay until the ninth, the account is said to be in delinquency until the payment is made. Some liabilities have grace periods to allow for late periods up to a certain point without causing delinquency. A late fee may or may not be assessed on a delinquent payment. Serious and prolonged delinquency can lead to default.
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Most juvenile justice systems adjudicate cases involving three major classes of juveniles: abused and neglected children, status offenders, and juvenile delinquents. (50) Although adolescents can be classified in more than one of these classes, each class is distinct with its own set of proceedings.
It is needed in future research to categorize the juvenile delinquents in habitual and non-habitual offenders.
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One recent study used the newer version of FACES-III (Olson, 1986) to assess adolescents' perception of family adaptability and cohesion in order to determine whether and in what ways the family systems of adolescent sex offenders (n = 39) differed from violent juvenile delinquents (n = 25), nonviolent juvenile delinquents (n = 41), and normal families (normative data) (Bischof, Stith, & Wilson 1992).
(71.) Cook County Juvenile Court and Juvenile Detention Home, Annual Reports for 1926, 64-77; Shaw and Myers, "Juvenile Delinquent," 680-81.
But Cole's transformation from juvenile delinquent to respectful observer of nature in the second half will interest readers too, and the Native American Circle Justice concept, which is now being tried in some U.S.
By the age of 18, he had been in institutions five times and was classed as an ``incorrigible juvenile delinquent''.
Coverage includes rock and roll in films, the juvenile delinquent on film, drive-in movies and grindhouse, beach movies, Sandra Dee and the sexual revolution, and American women on film.
Gyllenhaal, 28, spent time with convicted drug smugglers and murderers to understand their psyche for the film where he plays a grown up juvenile delinquent.
To quote from the review of the hardcover in KLIATT, July 2002: With his spiked hair, piercings, and all-black clothing, 13-yearold Jake looks the part of the juvenile delinquent he's supposed to be.
Attorney Jerry McDevitte alleged: "It is regrettable that when some juvenile delinquent commits a homicide that this attorney would try to make a television programme the fall guy."

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