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Sample CT Juvenile Law Cases

... persons under the age of eighteen differ from adults in terms of their culpability and moral responsibility, necessarily dictates a similar result because a life sentence without the possibility of release excludes the possibility of rehabilitation, the main objective for juvenile offenders ...

... of conviction, rendered after a jury trial, of one count of assault in the second degree as an accessory in violation of General Statutes §§ 53a-8 and 53a-60(a)(1). The sole issue on appeal is whether the transfer of the defendant's case from the docket for juvenile matters to the ...

... after a jury trial, convicting the defendant, David A. Fernandes, Jr., of one count of assault in the second degree as an accessory, a class D felony, in violation of General Statutes §§ 53a-8 (a) [1] and 53a-60 (a)(1) [2] following the transfer of his case from the juvenile docket to the ...

... [1] The department's principal claim on appeal is that the Superior Court for Juvenile Matters lacked jurisdiction over the motion because it was filed after Matthew had attained the age of eighteen and there is no statutory basis for the court's jurisdiction to compel the department ...

... As an initial matter, we must address whether we are precluded from reviewing the respondent's claim because it is moot. [4] The respondent's commitment expired on January 19, 2008, and therefore the commissioner no longer has custody of him, as he no longer is a juvenile. ...

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