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The modern trend is to separate and label juveniles based on the reason for their juvenile court appearance and the facts of their case.
Many states have created three categories for juveniles: delinquents, abused or neglected children, and children in need of services.
Delinquents are juveniles who have committed acts that would result in criminal prosecution if committed by an adult.
Originally the term juvenile delinquent referred to any child found to be within the jurisdiction of a juvenile court.
It included children accused of status offenses and children in need of state assistance.