Juvenile defendants are also subjected to different procedures with regard to the bedrock principle of being viewed as "innocent until proven guilty." If a juvenile is taken into custody they are entitled to have a hearing within 72 hours to determine whether or not they pose a threat to themselves or others. However, bond is not set. They cannot bond out at any cost. They can be held indefinitely even though they have not been proven guilty.
Juveniles are also denied other rights granted to adults under the Constitution. The purpose of this narrative is not to list every defect in the law but to acquaint the public with the risks that are present due to a hyper sensitivity to privacy even to the detriment of fundamental rights. Feel free to comment below. All comments will be reviewed for spam. Differing viewpoints are welcome, but only relevant posts will be allowed.