Entry from British & World English dictionary
A court of law responsible for the trial of young offenders, (in the UK) replacing the former juvenile courts.
- In most cases the appropriate place of trial will be the youth court.
- She will return to the youth court for crown court committal.
- A youth court was told she ‘nearly passed out’ when she returned home in Clacton from hospital.
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