March 12 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- With the addition of 41 new delinquent
taxpayers to the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue's tax delinquent
list, a total of 275 businesses now owe the state more than $9.
Within their peer groups, some adolescent boys amplify their delinquent
tendencies through fevered, one-on-one exchanges.
But researchers have yet to pin down a direct mechanism that might contribute to the development of delinquent
In 1926, for example, the Detention Home admitted 7,115 alleged delinquents
, but the juvenile court only heard 2,265 delinquency cases.
and nondelinquents show little difference in levels of intimacy, attachment, and self-disclosure; in fact, delinquents
and females self-disclose more (Claes & Simard, 1992; Giordano et al.
Little Rock currently has 40 restaurants, meeting halls or motels that are at least one month delinquent
, while North Little Rock lists 12 restaurants on its delinquent
The losses or damages that a delinquent
can inflict have changed dramatically due to society's increasing dependence on computers.
Also a regular on delinquent
lists is the Flatotel at 132 West 52nd Street.
In the area of delinquent
behavior, each camper was known to be receiving probation services for a current delinquent
Aside from any philosophical and common-sense disagreements one may have with the labeling theorists, the major question regarding expungement is whether juvenile delinquents
are "normal" kids who simply make youthful mistakes that are unlikely to be repeated in adulthood.
Sixty-nine of the 124 businesses that have appeared on the tax delinquent
list since it was posted in April have been removed from the site because they either paid their taxes in full or committed to a deferred payment plan.
This study focused on the degree to which delinquents
and nondelinquents find norm violations acceptable in various circumstances.