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In the state of Texas, minors ages ten to sixteen will be charged in juvenile court. The difference between a minor and an adult being convicted of a crime is that the minor will not face a jury trial, and the emphasis is on rehabilitation rather than punishment. Juveniles can, however, serve time in a juvenile hall or a youth penitentiary system in a conviction.
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