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what does it means boys could face incarceration in a juvenile facility until they are 18 as a maximum penalty.

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    and the potential penalty is less for the 12-year-old because of his age.

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    incarceration = time spent in jail or prison

    maximum = the most that can be applied

    potential penalty = possible punishment

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    Okay thanks

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