What is the Youth Criminal Justice Act?

In 2003 the Youth Criminal Justice Act replaced the Young Offenders Act. The YCJA is legislation put in place to protect the rights of young people. The Act affords special rights such as having a case heard in a special youth court, the right not to be publicly identified and penalties which are less severe and more flexible.
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