Juvenile Sex Offenders Case Study

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a. Yes, I do believe that juvenile sex offenders should have to register as a sex offender after they become adults. One of the reasons I say this is because adults who are registered are given a stronger procedural safeguards then that of juveniles. Moreover, due to a desire for revenge by others, many juveniles who are registered are put at a severe risk of injury, regardless of the offenders’ risk level to the surrounding area. Lastly, in the example of the Illinois sexting case, making them register as an adult can be less expensive if it results in programs that put juveniles under supervision instead of sex offender status then is may be cheaper to maintain.

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