Argumentative Essay: Kids Are Kids

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Imagine being a parent with a thirteen year old son being charged as an adult with a life sentence without parole. Knowing that they will have no chance for rehabilitation. In some cases a lot of these individuals we are so quick to call adults once they take a life are, repenting for their sins towards the crimes they committed. When a teen commits a crime to this stance without a second thought or even with the thought in mind they are still not capable to understand the situation. To comprehend the fact that you took another life doesn’t really come to light till your mind is at a point where you see it as what it is death. The idea of someone taking a life is not a pretty picture to think of, although the punishment is the culprit paying…show more content…
The statement is true, once a teen does the crime the status of their crime is twisted. From birth they are considered an infant, to thirteen a teen and from eighteen an adult. Why exactly are they trying to do by making the cycle of it all change? In cases i found to be based on this relative topic show how quick they change minors to adults, however outside of that court house they are exactly what there age shows there adolescents. Even worse is some of these teens are in situations at home that pushes them to take actions that lead to these crimes. Jacob was a teen that cried for help to no answer, due to that he did something that caused him to face JLWOP (juvenile life without parole). The home was abusive showing and doing things made him see things in a dark twisted…show more content…
It’s true they aren’t adults, but when the law comes in hand they like to change the age to whatever they think suits the situation. Some didn’t even get the choice to perish in a room for life, instead they were sentenced to death. Education ripped from their hands, excluded to be rehabilitated that's their to help individuals change for the better. When you think about it the position they find themselves in is a life for a life. These teens commit a crime that is something which can never be fixed in this world, causing suffering to the people related to the victim. Be that as it may the one that gets the most scaring are the teens. Not all, but some chose to do what they did for the reasoning of calling for a
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