Juvenile Justice Board

Quasi-judicial body in India

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Juvenile Justice Boards are Indian quasi-judicial bodies that decide whether juveniles accused of a crime should be tried as an adult.


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Porsche case: 2 JJB members get panel's notice for 'improper conduct'

Finding "serious lapses" in the judgment of two Juvenile Justice Board (JJB) members in the Porsche crash case, Maharashtra women and child development commissioner Prashant Narnaware Saturday issued a..
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Pune Porsche crash: Panel probing two JJB members over minor's bail finds lapses, misconduct

"The five-member committee submitted its report on Friday to the Women and Child Development (WCD) department commissioner. Following the report's receipt, the WCD department has issued notices to the..
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Porsche teen’s blood sample replaced with mother’s: FSL report

The forensic report confirmed the blood sample from the woman in the Porsche crash belongs to the driver's mother. The Juvenile Justice Board extended the boy's detention due to lack of parental care...
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Pune Porsche crash: Juvenile Justice Board extends observation home remand of accused minor

The Juvenile Justice Board on Wednesday extended the remand of the minor involved in the Pune car crash until June 12. The parents of the accused minor, hospital personnel, and the juvenile's..
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Pune cops get JJB approval to question Porsche teen today

Pune Police obtained permission from the Juvenile Justice Board to record the statement of a 17-year-old involved in a fatal Porsche Taycan crash that killed two techies on May 19. The police will..
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Panel set up to probe if JJB followed judicial process in granting bail to Porsche teen

Maharashtra woman and child development commissioner, Prashant Narnaware, forms committee to investigate Juvenile Justice Board's bail decision in Porsche Taycan crash involving a teenager. Bail..
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Pune Porsche Horror: Court cancels bail of teen who killed two with car, sends him to observation home till...

Juvenile Justice Board had on Sunday granted bail to the teen hours after the accident while asking him to write a 300-word essay on road accidents.
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Pune Porsche crash: Accused teen's bail cancelled, sent to juvenile home till June 5

The Pune juvenile court cancelled the bail of the 17-year-old accused on Wednesday. The accused had rammed his Porsche into a motorcycle from behind, which resulted in the death of 2 young techies in..
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No bail for boy who made obscene videos of girl, 14

On Jan 10 this year, Juvenile Justice Board (JJB), Haridwar, had rejected the bail plea of the 'child in conflict with law', who had been booked under Sections 305 and 509 of IPC and Sections 13 and 14..
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Cops humiliating victim's friends: Relatives

Aneesh Awadhia and Ashwini Koshta, techies, were fatally hit by a minor driving a Porsche Taycan in Kharadi. Yerawada police questioned their relationship, giving the accused 'VIP treatment.' Aneesh's..
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Killer Porsche was on Pune's streets without registration since March

Investigation into the car crash in Pune revealed an unregistered Porsche Taycan, priced between Rs 1.61 crore and Rs 2.44 crore, caused the death of two software engineers, Aneesh Awadhia and Ashwini..
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Pune builder's 17-year-old son rams Porsche into bike, 2 techies killed

Two software engineers, Aneesh Awadhia and Ashwini Koshta, from Madhya Pradesh, died in Pune after a Porsche Taycan driven by a prominent builder's 17-year-old son hit their motorcycle in Kalyaninagar...
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Karnataka high court: Accused can say any time he was minor when crime took place

he Karnataka High Court has noted that an accused individual can assert their minority status at any point during the proceedings if they were underage at the time of the alleged offense. Consequently,..
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