Juvenile or The Juvenile may refer to:

  • Juvenile status, or minor (law), prior to adulthood
    • Juvenile delinquency
  • Juvenile (rapper) (born 1975), American musician
  • Juvenile novel
    • Any of "Heinlein juveniles"
  • Juvenile (film), a Japanese movie
  • "The Juvenile", a song by Jonas Berggren
  • Juvenile (organism)
  • horse racing terminology used to describe two-year-old horses

Other articles related to "juvenile":

Superior Court Of Los Angeles County - Courthouses - Specialty
... McCourtney Juvenile Justice Center Central Arraignment Court Central Civil West Courthouse Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Justice Center David V ... Kenyon Juvenile Justice Center Eastlake Juvenile Court Edmund D ... Edelman Children's Court Inglewood Juvenile Courthouse Los Padrinos Juvenile Courthouse Mental Health Courthouse Sylmar Juvenile Courthouse ...
Calamari Productions
... media production company specializing in child welfare and juvenile justice programming ... to film inside America's child welfare and juvenile courts, juvenile detention centers, and juvenile prisons ... juvenile justice system is unique because these venues are—by law—closed to the media and public ...
Louisiana Department Of Public Safety & Corrections - Corrections Services - Facilities
... The Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections previously handled the care of juvenile prisoners ... The juvenile centers that were operated by the department included Bridge City Center for Youth (BCCY) - Bridge City, unincorporated Jefferson Parish Louis Jetson Center for Youth (JCCY) - unincorporated East ... Parish Unit (SCCY-M, later SCCY-MAD) - Tallulah In 2004 the juvenile system separated from the adult system ...
Self-healing Papular Mucinosis
... mucopolysaccharides, and may present in adult and juvenile forms ... The juvenile variant is also called self-healing juvenile cutaneous mucinosis ...

Famous quotes containing the word juvenile:

    I never found even in my juvenile hours that it was necessary to go a thousand miles in search of themes for moralizing.
    Horace Walpole (1717–1797)