In the United States, there is no age limit for when a person can be charged with a felony. Minors as young as ten years old can be charged with serious crimes. The decision to charge a minor with a felony is up to the prosecutor and depends on the severity of the crime and the child's age. This blog post will discuss what factors prosecutors consider when deciding whether to charge a minor with a...
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