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What delinquent acts result in loss of a juvenile’s driving privileges?

Mandatory suspension of the child’s driving privileges occurs when any delinquent act includes possession of drugs, including marijuana. Also certain traffic offenses will cause the suspension of a juvenile’s driver’s license. Click here for more information on Georgia Traffic Violations.

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What is a status offense?
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Status offenses are applicable only to children who are subject to juvenile court jurisdiction for non-criminal behavior; and are offenses that would not be illegal if the person wasn’t a juvenile. Characteristically, status offenses include running away from home, curfew violation, truancy, unruly behavior, habitually disobedient of the child’s parent, guardian, or other custodian’s reasonable and lawful commands and is ungovernable.

Posted in: Common Juvenile Offense, Juvenile Issues

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