2023, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part A
Sentencing of Juvenile offenders in India: A theoretical analysisAuthor(s):
Dr. Hilal Ahmad Najar and Mashooq Ahmad MalikAbstract:
World over, and in India too- sentencing Juveniles in Conflict with Law, (JCL), has been an intricate task. A concern is to deal with the Juvenile offenders in a way that they shouldn’t become the victims of their own childhood. Owing to rising criminality, and the typical nature of child delinquents, the approach of sentencing has undergone through the multifarious changes. Sometimes it has been ‘punitive’ in nature, while as most times-the only purpose used to be ‘rehabilitation’, and or, ‘correctional/therapeutic’. This paper is an attempt to creep through the serpent winding of the different phases of Juvenile Justice System to understand its shifting jurisprudence of treatment for young delinquents. Pages: 42-46 | Views: 101 | Downloads: 30Download Full Article: Click Here
How to cite this article:
Dr. Hilal Ahmad Najar, Mashooq Ahmad Malik. Sentencing of Juvenile offenders in India: A theoretical analysis. Int J Criminal Common Statutory Law 2023;3(1):42-46.