Courts deliver judgments in child-friendly language. This fits in the concept of child-friendly justice, which aims to make justice systems accessible for children. Yet the examples show how difficult it is to make judicial decisions really child-friendly.
Tag: Child-friendly Justice
The cognitive and emotional development of young people is not yet complete. Their immaturity should be taken into account when they are tried in court and extra assistance should be given to juveniles to ensure they receive a fair trial.