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Juvenile’s case against US government

US News (INL): Youth plaintiff Hazel V., 13, of Eugene, Oregon, speaks during a news conference outside of the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals after a three-judge panel heard oral arguments over whether President Trump and his administration can evade a constit. Youth plaintiff Hazel V., 13, of Eugene, Oregon, speaks during a news conference outside of the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals after a three-judge panel heard oral arguments over whether President Trump and his administration can evade a constit

There is no provision for juvenile prosecution against the US government. A US court dismissed a juvenile case against the US government over the climate change issue. On Friday, January 5, a court dismissed a juvenile case against the US government on the basis that it had the “constitutional right to protection from climate change”. According to a Reuters report, children and teenagers sued the US government in 2015 against the importance of climate change. When the case arose in the United States Ninth Circuit Court, the judges ruled that the plaintiffs were between 8 and 19 years old at the time of the case. As such, none of their age is fit to sue the US government. In a split verdict, one of the three judges’ panel argued in favor of the plaintiffs.

Judge Andrew Hurwitz said most of the panel’s judges looked into the matter briefly. Judge Andrew Hurwitz said the majority of the panel’s judges looked at the issue in a nutshell. In this case, despite the damaging effects of fossil fuels on serious issues such as climate change, such issues as government sponsorship have been ignored. Helped to file the lawsuit, a non-profit organization called Our Children’s Trust. In a statement following the verdict, the agency said they would go to a panel of 11 judges to review the verdict. The US Justice Ministry has expressed satisfaction with the verdict.

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