As the Supreme Court hears two juvenile cases this week, some paroled offenders argue for a chance at redemption.
Though no prison sentence for a juvenile is a good thing, at least I knew I would be released one day.
I was whisked away to a juvenile home, where social workers talked to my mother and me.
Couch was not sentenced to an iota of time in a juvenile detention center or prison.
So I simply focused on another British movie star who has depended on his juvenile appeal and not his puerile one.
Filled with juvenile emphasis as it is, I mean to give here nearly in full that boyish utterance.
These juvenile missives were decorated with sketches in every corner.
More than all, the juvenile minds were, directly and indirectly, drilled to acquire the habit of paying attention.
"It's only when I am in your society that I appear so juvenile," retorted Rob.
It was a real joy to Olive's affectionate heart to know that Roy's juvenile efforts were appreciated by so great a man.
1620s, from Latin iuvenilis "of or belonging to youth," from iuvenis "young person," originally "young" (cf. French jeune; see young). Juvenile delinquency first recorded 1816; Juvenile delinquent the following year.