nondelinquent

nondelinquent

(ˌnɒndɪˈlɪŋkwənt)
n
a person who is not a delinquent
adj
relating to a person who is not a delinquent
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b) Within 45 days after the beginning of the first calendar quarter in which the reduced taxable wage base limit takes effect for nondelinquent employers, all outstanding balances owed to the unemployment agency are paid in full.
Differences in nonshared individual, school, and family variables between delinquent and nondelinquent Hmong adolescents.
However, the repurchase of nondelinquent loans is likely less costly to originators.
Adolescent reputation enhancement: Differentiating delinquent, nondelinquent, and at-risk youths.
Introduction: No single organization or agency can address the causes and consequences of crime and violence, especially as it relates to promoting safe, healthy and nondelinquent children.
Nondelinquent youths' stealing behaviour and their perceptions of parents, school, and peers.
distinguish their work from other standard textbooks on the subject by incorporating boxed material on theory and on comparative international perspectives throughout the text and by presenting less common discussions on juvenile parole and aftercare, nondelinquent children in the juvenile justice process, philosophical and practical perspectives on prevention and intervention, and juvenile gangs and violence alongside standard materials on subjects such as police work with juveniles, the juvenile court, and juvenile probation.
39, 53-54 (1970) (reporting on study of sample populations of delinquent and nondelinquent youths that found that more than 90 percent of the juveniles failed to fully comprehend Miranda warnings, and that even a simplified version of the warnings did not remedy the comprehension problems).
Behavioral analysis of nondelinquent brothers in a high juvenile crime community.
Must terminate at death: The obligation to make a nondelinquent payment cannot survive the death of the receiving spouse, and there must be no liability to make any payment (in cash or property) as a substitute for alimony after the death of the receiving spouse.