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Can Juvenile Crimes be Used Against You as an Adult?
Can Juvenile Crimes be Used Against You as an Adult?

For juvenile offenders, the idea that their mistakes could follow them for the rest of their lives is not unfounded. It’s important to recognize that any criminal act carries a stigma and has long-lasting consequences even after a sentence is served. Keep reading for more ...

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