ISSN 1452-6662
Više od 180 osnovnih i prečišćenih tekstova propisa Republike Srbije prevedenih na engleski jezik.
Grupa: RULE OF LAW (individual rights and law enforcement)
Izdanje: LAW ON JUVENILE CRIMINAL OFFENDERS AND CRIMINAL PROTECTION OF JUVENILES
Published in the Official Gazette of the RS, No. 85/05 of 6 October 2005
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    • Article 1

      This Law shall contain provisions applicable to juvenile perpetrators of criminal offences (hereinafter: juveniles). Provisions of this Law shall relate to substantive criminal law, relevant implementing bodies, criminal proceeding and enforcement of criminal sanctions against these offenders.

      Provisions of this Law shall accordingly apply to persons of legal age when tried for criminal offences committed as juveniles, when requirements set forth under this Law have been met, as well to persons who have committed a criminal offence as young adults.

      The Law shall also include particular provisions on protection of children and juveniles (hereinafter: minors) as victims in criminal proceedings.

    • Article 2

      Neither criminal sanctions nor other measures provided under this Law may be pronounced or applied to a person under fourteen years of age at the time of commission of an unlawful act provided under law as a criminal offence.

    • Article 3

      A juvenile is a person who at the time of commission of the criminal offence has attained fourteen years of age and has not attained eighteen years of age.

      A younger juvenile is a person who at the time of commission of the criminal offence has attained fourteen and is under sixteen years of age.

      An elder juvenile is a person who at the time of commission of the criminal offence has attained sixteen and is under eighteen years of age.

      A young adult is a person who at the time of commission of the criminal offence has attained eighteen but has not reached twenty-one years of age at the time of the trial, and who meets other conditions set forth by Article 41 of this Law.