Archives for: February 28th, 2019

Growing up is difficult, and if your child has certain risk factors, he or she may be more likely to “cross over” into delinquency.

This is a big deal, because if a child aged under 16 years old commits a criminal act, it will be defined as a delinquent act and he or she can be subject to penalties under the North Carolina juvenile justice system. At which point you’ll likely want to enlist the help of an experienced NC juvenile crimes lawyer.

Delinquent acts can be disruptions of public order or crimes [...]