Majority of the cases don’t go to trial and only about 3 million people are called to jury duty a year in the United States but only around 1 million out of that 3 million empaneled. Individuals are selected to attend jury duty by their voter’s registration. International perspective on Juvenile justice is that delinquency is present in every country studies and research shows that it is difficult because different ages define a juvenile, different methods of record keeping, different versions of offenses, especially status offenses. Studies from 2003 show that the found following causes of Juvenile crimes; poverty, change in family structure, unemployment, group membership, malnutrition, urbanization, homelessness, drug use, culture clash (Arabic), governing principles. The United Nations standards rules for the Administration of Juvenile Justice Beijing Rules.
United nation also focuses on the convention on the rights of the child also known as (CRC). There guidelines for the prevention of juvenile justice derived of their liberty