Early violent deaths are more common among juvenile delinquents

Delinquent youths, particularly girls and Hispanics, had a greater likelihood of violent death by age 34 than the general population, according to a study in the journal Pediatrics. Nearly 70% of juvenile delinquents who died during the follow-up period were murdered, mostly through the use of firearms.

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