Juvenile sex crime – within the area of Criminal Law, this term details a sexual offence committed by underaged criminal prior to their 18 years birthday (i.e. under 18 years in most jurisdictions).
Juvenile justice – this term is used in the Criminal law in many jurisdictions, where refers to a procedure applicable to convicted who are underage.
Juvenile – this legal term means: A minor; i.e. an adolescent who may display a lack of maturity.
Jus tractatuum – from Latin: the term means: The right to conclude treaties.
Just ownership – within the meaning of the Property law, this term describes the ownership which the possessor has honestly believed to have received from a legal owner. Just ownership is not applicable in property transfers between unofficially connected parties.
Justly punished – the term means: reasonable being punished.
Justifying bail – the term means to show to the court that you have enough funds to cover the bail.
Justification – the term refers to a type of defense by the convicted in criminal trials. Through justification the convicted shows good legal reason for doing what he has done in order to avoid charge. When an act is justified,…
Justifiable – this legal term means: exculpatory.
Justifiability – this term refers to the legal frames, stipulated in the Process Codes, within which the court can exercise its legal authority.