Juvenile curfew laws are local statutes that restrict individuals of a particular age (under age 18)
from being openly or in a business foundation amid specific hours, (for example, between 11:00 p.m.
and 6:00 a.m.). Juvenile curfew laws are quite often established at the neighborhood level, by city or
district governments. The authoritative expectation behind juvenile curfew laws is typically social
order objectives like prevention of juvenile crimes, and maintenance of the general peace.