Juvenile Offenses Example

Assume the below offenses were adjudicated delinquent prior to when the current offense was sentenced and the offender was under the age of 25 at the time of the current offense.

Date of Offense
Offense
Disposition
02/04/04 Assault 2nd Degree 02/07/04: Adj. Del.; Probation to Court
04/20/01 Disorderly Conduct 12/10/01: Adj. Del.
02/05/02 Theft over $500 08/27/02: Adj. Del.; 6M Probation
07/06/03 Receiving Stolen Property over $5,000 08/19/03: Adj. Del.; Probation to Court
  • Provided that all of the above policies are met, would this offender have a juvenile point?
    Date of Offense
    Offense
    Disposition
    02/04/04 Assault 2nd Degree 02/07/04: Adj. Del.; Probation to Court
    04/20/01 Disorderly Conduct 12/10/01: Adj. Del.
    02/05/02 Theft over $500 08/27/02: Adj. Del.; 6M Probation
    07/06/03 Receiving Stolen Property over $5,000 08/19/03: Adj. Del.; Probation to Court

    In this case the offender would receive 1 juvenile point. The disorderly conduct is not eligible because it is not a felony level offense.

Date of Offense
Offense
Disposition
02/04/04 Assault 2nd Degree 02/17/04: Adj. Del.; Probation to Court
02/04/04 Assault 2nd Degree
02/17/04: Adj. Del.; Probation to Court
04/20/01 Disorderly Conduct
12/10/01: Adj. Del.
02/05/02 Theft over $500 08/27/02: Adj. Del.; 6M Probation
07/06/03 Receiving Stolen Property over $5,000
08/19/03: Adj. Del.; Probation to Court
  • Provided that all of the above policies are met, would this offender have two juvenile points?
    Date of Offense
    Offense
    Disposition
    02/04/04 Assault 2nd Degree 02/17/04: Adj. Del.; Probation to Court
    02/04/04 Assault 2nd Degree
    02/17/04: Adj. Del.; Probation to Court
    04/20/01 Disorderly Conduct
    12/10/01: Adj. Del.
    02/05/02 Theft over $500 08/27/02: Adj. Del.; 6M Probation
    07/06/03 Receiving Stolen Property over $5,000
    08/19/03: Adj. Del.; Probation to Court

    The offender would receive 2 juvenile points. The first point would be assigned based on the Theft over $500 and the Receiving Stolen Property over $5,000. The second point would be assigned for the two Assault 2nd Degree offenses – these are presumptive commit offenses due to the weapon. The disorderly conduct is not eligible because it is not a felony level offense.