​Child in Conflict with Law (CCL)

  • On 22nd May, 2024, the Juvenile Justice Board said that it will decide whether or not the teenager involved in mowing down two people with his luxury race car in Pune, should be tried as an adult.
  • The Juvenile Justice Act, 2015, has procedures to determine whether the accused Child in Conflict with Law (CCL) be considered a minor or an adult. It takes almost 90 days to conduct this procedure.
  • “Child in Conflict with Law” has been defined under Section 2 (l3) of the Juvenile Justice (Care & Protection of Children) Act, 2015 as a child who is alleged or found ....
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