Do Children/Juvenile Have The Capacity To Understand The Consequences Of Their Crimes

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1. Do children/juvenile have the capacity to understand the consequences of their crimes? Are the children/ juveniles able to be rehabilitated? Answer: Juveniles are between the ages of fifteen years and seventeen years of age. So, no they should not be tried as an adult because they are not eighteen years of age. Children/ Juveniles are just now learning the law. Some of them take a chance and learn from there mistakes when they do break the law. Children/Juveniles could possibly rehabilitate because most of them just now realizing what the law is and how it affects them. 2. Discuss options when dealing with serious juvenile crime an possible things that can be done that our judicial system isn't doing right. Answer: Looking
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