What are the consequences of juvenile delinquency

§ 5 The consequences of the juvenile offense


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  • I. Scope (Rn. 1)

  • II. Education mandate and system of legal consequences (Rn. 2-22)

    • 1. Educational issues (marginal numbers 2-9)

      • a) Legal probation as a decisive criterion (Rn. 3-5)

      • b) "Atonement" (Rn. 6, 7)

      • c) Positive social experience (marginal numbers 8, 9)

    • 2. System of legal consequences in juvenile criminal law (marginal numbers 10-21)

      • a) Differences to general criminal law (marginal numbers 10-12)

      • b) Need, ability and willingness to bring up a child (marginal numbers 13-17)

      • c) priority of educational measures; Subsidiarity principle (paras 18-21)

    • 3. Legal consequences of administrative offenses (margin no. 22)

  • III. Requirements for the judgment of legal consequences (marginal numbers 23-28a)

    • 1st offense (marginal number 23)

    • 2. Special legal consequences under youth criminal law (marginal numbers 24-27)

    • 3. Measures for improvement and security (Paragraph 3) (marginal numbers 28, 28a)

  • IV. Forecasting (marginal numbers 29-87)

    • 1. Methodological principles (marginal numbers 30-36)

      • a) Individual proceedings (marginal numbers 31-32a)

      • b) Conditions of suitability (Rn. 33)

      • c) Limits of verifiability (margin nos. 34-36)

    • 2. Content-related connections (marginal numbers 37-87)

      • a) Subject-related knowledge difficulties (marginal numbers 38-39b)

      • b) Tator-oriented factors (factual situation, relationship between perpetrator and victim, forms of delinquency) (marginal numbers 40-54)

      • c) Offender-oriented factors (social-psychological and sociological, psychological and psychiatric as well as physical area) (marginal no. 55-82a)

      • d) Typologies (paras. 83-86)

      • e) Conclusion (Rn. 87)

  • V. Grounds and formula for the judgment (marginal numbers 88-91)

  • VI. Register entries (margin nos. 92-98)

    • 1. Federal Central Register (Rn. 92-94a)

    • 2. Education register (margin nos. 95, 96)

    • 3. File regulations; Central Register of Procedures (Rn. 97, 98)