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Hey :)
If a juvenile is held in remand does this mean that their being held in custody (a juvenile detention center etc) while their waiting trial (i.e. havent been sentenced yet)?
I'm just having some trouble understanding the meaning of remand. Any help on this would be much appreciated :)
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