I believe that most offenders will not rehabilitate and should not be given another chance. But for those who go through all of the steps that are offered to them to redeem themselves. Parole should granted and if they prove that they have rehabilitated, those few should be given that chance. But for the most part, for the most wicked juvenile's, parole should not be given to them. Adults that have committed crimes that
When teen felons choose to act without thinking, they are putting other people’s lives at risk. They need to be charged as adults because the victims of the crimes will not be given the justice they deserve when they have to worry about that criminal harming them again. Although some people think that sending a juvenile through adult court gives them no hope, they should have given this a little thought before committing the crime. Teens need to think about the consequences and how their actions affect others before they act. When choosing between putting a violent adolescent in prison and taking the chance of letting them commit that crime again, it is most suitable to let the teen be tried as an adult and to place them in prison.
The reason why is because their brains are still changing they are still going throw a change they are still growing. The brain where it “regulates aggression, long range planning, mental, flexibility, abstract thinking has not yet been developed. ”(Berger) In the article “Justice for Juveniles” a child is tried as an adult his parents don’t want him to go to jail because they say it is too big for him, and he wouldn’t last a day in there. The judge didn’t bother to
Those under the age of eighteen do not have the legal rights given to adults; since we do not treat them as adults, it does not make sense to sentence them as such. Biological studies also have found that teenagers make impetuous decisions and cause trouble because their underdeveloped brains lack the ability to look at future repercussions for their actions. Moreover, teenagers are still at an age that they are easily influenced by their environment. They succumb to peer pressure which can push them into doing crimes by the virtue of wanting to be accepted. Furthermore, they should be placed into the juvenile justice system, a safe environment in which allows young criminals to learn from the mistakes they make, rather than into adult jails, a place in which harden criminals could physically and mentally harm them.
The restaurant Munchy’s is banning students from noon to three and that is unjust to teenagers. Munchy is claiming that teenagers are noisy and will disconcert the adults. The business is banning them to bring more adults in due to the data that said adults provide the maximum amount of the money. Teenagers are angry though and are planning a protest. Munchy has a populous amount of advocates, but however there are an abundant of others who oppose the idea and think it is unjust.
The difference between the youth culture of the United States during the 1950’s and present day is that the youth will always clash ideas with their parents, but the subject to which they disagree will always be changing throughout time. The youth culture of the United States has changed in many ways as to what type of things that parents and children have different viewpoints about. Currently, both cultures do disagree on things from their parents, which is a similarity. For example, the youth culture of 1950 came around with rock’n’roll music, which was noise pollution to their parents, but harmony to the youth. The youth, for one of the first times, showed a great separation gap between parents and children.
They would have to find more inconvenient way of visiting colleges. Raising the age could lower some accidents with teens but it could cripple work chances, mobility of busy parents, and hurt the teens chances of saving up for college because they cant get to their job. Driving age should not be raised because it would hurt the
Also if kids can't drink, drive, or go to R rated movies why can the be tried as adults it makes no sense kids will always be kids no matter the situation they are in you can't treat them as adults for one simple mistake that they made. Just because they're kids doesn't mean that they should not have a trial everyone should have a trial dispise their age and they should have a fair one to they have to look at evry thing about the
Maybe I tried just hard enough to change the status quo of how people viewed us. If you know someone that does fit some of the stereotypes above, that does not define them as a person. When people kept talking about how being homeschooled would probably suck, and they were right. Sometimes it was terrible, but not because you do not have friends or have 50 siblings and your parents are crazy for Jesus.
Now people are think about raising the driving age to 18, but that won’t help. Raising the driving age just because of idiotic decisions made by teens. They should enforce the laws and making them stricter and safer. First of all, the real threat to the driver is the temptations and distractions that happen in the vehicle. Karen Sternheimer says, "The intense focus on teens diverts our attention from the real threats to public safety: speeding and driving while intoxicated" (CBS).
A very important question asked was, Should the minimum legal drinking age be lowered from 21 to a younger age. I say no because, kids are already getting more addictive to alcohol each day so, no the age should not be lowered so kids don’t think it’s ok to drink at a young age. Stein was unsure of her answer for this, Hillary and, Donald are against this and, Johnson likes this idea. I agree with Hillary and. Donald
Why should teenagers under the age of eighteen be allowed outside after eleven at night without parental observation? Although teenagers think they don’t need to have a curfew their parent think they should because some teenagers are having problems sleeping at night. For example they don’t sleep they just rather be on their phone or be playing their video games or just be social media. There should also put curfews on teenagers because sometimes they could also be out at night and it’s dangerous for a teenager to be out at night something could happen to them or they could do something bad like for example someone could be selling drugs at night out in the streets and what if they start to offer them some or what if they could get followed
I disagree with the city council’s decision because I think teenagers have a right to be out late, they may need to get away from their house because of danger, and there could be an emergency. First, if teenagers want to go out on the streets late then they should have a right to so. It may be the only time they can go out just to hang with friends or they may just need some air. Teenagers are old enough to decide if they want to go out late or not, they don’t always need adults telling them what to do; and curfew is one thing they don’t need. Second, some teenagers have problems at home such as being neglected or family problems that lead to abuse.
One issue that I feel passionate about is the drinking age. I think that 21 is too old, however, I think that 18 is too young. It it were up to me I would make the drinking age 20. To start, 20 is a good age to allow people to begin drinking because once you hit 20 you are no longer a teennager. Even though 18 is legally when you become an adult, you are still a teenager, which means you are not an adult.
When I was a teenager, the cool thing to do was hang out with friends, party, and drink alcohol, so I thought. My friends and I would tend to follow the crowd and it seemed to always lead to trouble. I was only 14 years old the night it all began. At the time, I could not drive so my friends came and picked me up, we all went to a house party and alcohol was there. Because we were senseless and easily influenced, we decided to try some to fit in.