1. Adult court system and juvenile court system:
a. Name and describe the differences between the adult court system and juvenile court system.
The difference in juvenile court system is that the juvenile get less sentence and more like rehabilitation to seek some education and physical treatment, and it’s not emphasis because the court have privacy in the juvenile court they do not disclosed what the offense the defendant did and in the juvenile court system there are no jury trial meaning there can be no unfair and bias trial against them, so has there is no guilty or not guilty cases in juvenile court because the court already they committed the crime or the act before appearing to court The juvenile justice system and the adult justice system share their commonalities and differences. For example, the juvenile justice system makes it the point to rehabilitate instead of punishing juvenile delinquents. However, one must take into consideration that punishment is still a feasible concept within the juvenile system, but it is used prudently as a last resort. In instances of punishment for a teenager who is accused of an atrocious crime, he or she may be tried as an adult. For those adults and juveniles that admit guilt there is a system of procedural safeguards to protect their rights. Additionally, other common between the age separated groups include plea bargaining, as well as the right to hearings and appeals. However, when adults are tried for crimes, they are tried in the adult court, while juveniles are tried in the juvenile court. Both juveniles and adults have the right to counsel in court proceedings. Nevertheless, juveniles may be represented by court appointed advocates who look out for the juvenile’s best interest, as a parent would for his or her child with right ways to help the child rehabilitate. In the case of adult trials, court appointed advocates may be representing the accused, but the best interest lies in...