Statistics Canada – Catalogue no. XPE Vol. 17 no. 6 ADULT CRIMINAL COURT STATISTICS, Craig Grimes Highlights n A large number of the cases heard in adult court involved relatively minor offences such as impaired driving (15% of all cases), common assault (12%), and theft (11%). Nov 30, · In /, there were , cases completed in adult criminal court, which involved nearly million charges related to Criminal Code and other federal statute offences (Table 1). This represented a 7% decrease in the number .
There were more than , cases completed in adult criminal courts in Canada in , down 13 per cent from the previous year. This was the fifth consecutive annual decline, as well as the lowest number of completed adult criminal court cases reported in a decade. Nov 19, · Courts statistics: Interactive dashboard. The Courts statistics: Interactive dashboard provides an overview of the courts program in Canada. The dashboard features statistics on charges and cases in youth courts and adult criminal courts, civil court cases, maintenance enforcement case enrollments, as well as compliance with support payments.
An estimated 7, juvenile defendants were charged with felonies in adult criminal court in In criminal courts in these 40 counties, juveniles (64%) were more likely than adults (24%) to be charged with a violent felony. State Court Processing Statistics (SCPS) data collection. Felony Defendants in Large Urban Counties Series; State Court Organization Series; Supplemental Survey of Civil Appeals data collection; Juveniles in Criminal Court data collection; Court Statistics Project (CSP) data collection. State Court Sentencing of Convicted Felons Series.
The underlying rationales of the juvenile court system are that youth are developmentally different from adults and that their behavior is malleable. Open public access to criminal records is. Jan 24, · The average number of charges in adult criminal court cases increased from in / to in / In youth court, the average rose from to over the same period. Slightly more than half (54%) of youth court cases resulted in a guilty finding in /Author: Zoran Miladinovic.