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Ovidiu Chiroban (), Danuta Stetco (), Claudia Ola () and Dan Perju-Dumbrava ()

Fiat Iustitia, 2017, vol. 11, issue 1, 65-70

Abstract: The phenomenon of juvenile delinquency is a complex one, which involves the analysis of both particular and enviromental factors. The forensic pathologists from The Institute of Legal Medicine of Cluj in colaboration with experts from other specialties are put in the position to perform forensic psychiatric expertise on this subjects. For a better grasp regarding juvenile offenders, we need to draw a proper characterization of minors, by analyzing a series of data such as gender, environmental origin (urban or rural environment) and a series of particular characteristics such as age, both intelligence and education level, and the presence or the absence of discernment. We can proceed in this way by analyzing the existing cases in the county of Cluj in the last two years and to outline the profile of the delinquent minor aged between 14-16 years old. Theoretically, the purpose of this retrospective study is to understand whether there exists a causal link between delinquency and particular, environmental factors, and theoretically to be able to take the most indicated precautions in this way.

Keywords: juvenile delinquency; medico-legal expertise (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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