a juvenile who has been adjudicated by a judicial officer of a juvenile court, as having committed a status offense, which is an act or conduct which is an offense only when committed or engaged in by a juvenile.
A youth who has been charged with or adjudicated for a status offense, which is conduct declared by statute to be a crime for children but which would not be a crime if committed by an adult under the law of the jurisdiction where the offense was committed.
a juvenile whose behavior is against the law only because of his/her status as a minor
A person under 18 years of age, who commits the act of truancy, runaway or incorrigibility.
A juvenile who is charged with an offense which would not be a crime if committed by an adult. Such offenses include but are not limited to truancy, running away from home, incorrigibility, and unruly behavior. More