As long as we share the value of juveniles, the Juvenile Law should not be abolished or amended. Otherwise, Juvenile criminal’s social problem should be fixed with another way. Abolish or revise the Juveniles Law can’t be answer. Family, school, even police officers have to take care of them and treat them (962). They are our children.
Although, it could lead to alcohol, drugs and gangs, curfews won’t impede teen from getting in trouble. According to the article , it explains that, “Curfews don’t lower teen crime. Curfews don’t teens from getting into trouble. Teens who want to perpetrate a crime won’t let a curfew stop them.” Because not all teens listen, not all teens will accept a curfew. The Greasers did not have a curfew.On the other hand, not having a curfew could lead into drugs, and gangs.
Juvenile Justice is the primary system used to handle youth who, in fact, is convicted of criminal offenses. These crimes juveniles commit each and every day are they innocuous or dangerous towards our society? Either way they are tried as adults. I´m stating the fact that when juveniles commit crime they should be treated differently from any other adult criminal. In today 's society, there is always stereotypes about juveniles not just the fact that they have committed a crime at any point of their life, indeed by the drug influence, background, or race.
There are other effects imprisonment has on an offender, for example mental illness, suicidal, isolation, the fear of being attacked or preyed upon, also the low self-worth one has. This is the more formal aspect of the criminal justice system. The juvenile justice system has the same effects of incarnation on young person as the adult system. Incarnation damages an adult, it is for this reason that the juvenile justice system try to avoid placing youth criminals into the young
The juvenile justice system has made numerous of ethical issues when managing juvenile offenders. The issue with the juvenile justice system is the laws and rules that govern it. It has led to years of controversial debate over the ethical dilemmas of the juvenile corrections system, and how they work with youth offenders. The number of minors entering the juvenile justice system is increasing every month. The reasons why the juvenile justice system faces ethical dilemmas is important and needs to be addressed: (1) a vast proportion of juveniles are being tried and prosecuted as adults; (2) the psychological maturation of the juvenile to fully comprehend the justice system; and (3) the factors that contribute to minorities being adjudicated in the juvenile justice system are more likely than White offenders.
Many people have disregarded the fact that children too can commit despicable crimes; crimes that not even adults would think about committing. Juveniles have had their era in in being able to manipulating courts to give them a lighter sentences for their so-called “mistakes”. These juveniles have made puerile excuses to try and exonerate their actions by blaming their impulses, rather than taking accountability for them. Juveniles should be tried as adults due to being aware of their crimes and having an intention to kill, however, brain development and maturity can play a role into the reason why teens kill. With being tried as an adult juveniles should be granted the opportunity of freedom pending on their rehabilitation status and if requirements
There are many concerns that surround sending youth to adult court for committing violent crimes, with the argument that these juveniles are not fully in control of their actions. The sympathetic approach towards maturity and situations, has been the juvenile justice systems only approach to juvenile crimes. Time and time again juvenile courts continue to push the idea of rehabilitation through the use of counseling and in some cases detention homes, hoping that the resources given to these youth give them enough more support within the system rather than punishment. Despite ones home situation and upbringing, juveniles should be held accountable to determine the difference between right and
INTRODUCTION Juvenile justice is the area of criminal law related to persons not old enough to be held accounted for criminal acts, nearly all states; juvenile justice is applicable to those under eighteen years old. Juvenile law is mainly controlled by the juvenile codes of states. The main aim of the juvenile justice is rehabilitation rather than punishment. Juvenile justice is administered through a juvenile or family court, however, but juvenile court does not have authority in cases in which minors are charged as adults, where parental neglect or loss of control is the issue, the juvenile court may search for foster homes for the juvenile, treating the child as the ward of the court. According the
Juveniles should not be tried and condemned as adults because they do not have the capacity to perceive what is good and bad. There has been a lot of controversy towards the subject of juveniles in the Court Justice System because many feel that juveniles are to young to be entangled with the law. People need to consider the possibilities of what the Juvenile Justice system can do to help and rehabilitate these delinquents instead of sending them off to an adult court to be tried as an adult, even though they are minors. When Juveniles are tried as adults, people do not know what type of person is being sent to jail and what type of person they are going to release into society later on. In the end Juveniles should not be charged as adults.
Juveniles should be convicted as adults for violent crimes because they know what they are doing. They should of thought what they were doing before they did it. In the article “Kids are Kids” the author says charge kids as adults when they commit a crime. Kids can. Also commit big crimes bigger than most adults.
We see how juveniles are a big part in law enforcement today. How they are treated differently than adults who are in prison. We looked at why troubled youths commit crimes and end up in juvenile detention centers. How we aid them and try to rehabilitate them in the process. People 's views play a big role in juvenile justice though, a lot of people are for juveniles being tried as adults.
Exposing young inexperienced offenders to the harsh reality of adult jail leave juveniles open to being negatively influenced by older inmates. The juvenile justice system is the right place to handle at risk teens and younger juveniles. Adult jails are for those who are able to vote. There is no state were a seven-year-old child can vote. The programs offered in a juvenile detention center are tailored to the needs of juveniles.