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      Regarding the Juvenile Justice System Ordinance that was passed in the year 2000 - please would someone be so kind as to summarize its main points for me.

      Additionally, is it accurate that it is in effect in the provinces of Punjab and Sindh but nowhere else?

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      Originally posted by Nadia_H:
      Regarding the Juvenile Justice System Ordinance that was passed in the year 2000 - please would someone be so kind as to summarize its main points for me.

      Additionally, is it accurate that it is in effect in the provinces of Punjab and Sindh but nowhere else?
      This article was taken from: http://www.lhrla.sdnpk.org/link/jul_...ORDINANCE.HTML

      It provides a very good sumary of the ordinance which i have posted bellow as per your request!

      The President of Pakistan, Rafiq Tarar, has promulgated the Juvenile Justice System Ordinance 2000, which provides for the protection of children involved in criminal litigation. It comes into force at once and applies to the whole of Pakistan.

      Under the Ordinance, every child who is accused of the commission of an offence or is a victim of an offence shall have the right of legal assistance at the expense of the state. A legal practitioner appointed by the State to provide legal assistance to a child accused of the commission of an offence or victim of an offence, shall have at least five years standing at the bar.

      The Provincial Governments shall, in consultation with the Chief Justice of the High Court, by notification in the official Gazette, establish one or more juvenile courts for any local area within its jurisdiction. The High Court may confer powers of the juvenile court on the Court of Sessions or Judicial Magistrate of the First Class and appoint, from amongst practicing advocates having at least seven years standing at the Bar, Presiding Officers of Juvenile Courts with the powers of a Judicial Magistrate of the First Class for the purpose of this Ordinance, on such terms and conditions as the High Court may determine. The juvenile court shall have the exclusive jurisdiction to try cases in which a child is accused of commission of an offence. On commencement of this Ordinance, all cases pending before a trial court in which a child is accused of an offence shall stand transferred to the juvenile court having jurisdiction. On taking cognizance of an offence, the juvenile court shall decide the case within four months.