A: In New Jersey, juvenile offenses and charges are heard in the Family Division of the New Jersey Superior Court. The Superior Court is divided into vicinages based on County and a juvenile case is typically heard in the County Superior Court where the alleged offense occurred. The Juvenile Part of the Family Division is conducted in accordance with a set of rules designed entirely for adjudication of juvenile cases. The focus of the system is to help, assist and rehabilitate a child rather than punish him.
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