A Juvenile Strike May Prevent Serving Time in County Jail

There is always a great deal of confusion over how a juvenile adjudication affects one as an adult.  It is not a conviction, after all – it is an adjudication.  The records are supposed to be confidential, too.  Most minor juvenile adjudications can be sealed and destroyed as well.  However, when one suffers a strike offense as a juvenile, its shadow extends into one’s life as a adult, including having an affect on AB109 eligiblity to serve time in county jail for certain felonies.  To read more about this issue, click on the following link.


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