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  • sheriberry

    The Age of Jurisdiction portion is misleading. In my state, Illinois, juveniles can be kept in juvenile detention and on juvenile probation through the age of 21. Juveniles are prosecuted as adults if they commit a felony at 17 and a misdemeanor at 18. But if they commit a forcible felony, such as residential burglary, they are given an automatic five years probation that can only be terminated early if they attain the age of 21 before the term is up.