Night time is very dangerous yes, but they’re going to have to face it on their own when they’re a young adult anyways. If teenagers show responsibility to their parents that they can go out at night and be safe, then there shouldn’t be a law to prevent them from doing so. If the teenager’s parents aren’t comfortable with them going out at night, then their parent will tell them not to do so. Parents are aware that kids are going to be kids so there is a chance that they’re going to sneak out if told no, but a curfew wouldn’t help. Curfews are just another law that’s a waste of time trying to pass.
Do curfews keep teens out of trouble? The issue with this is, that teens disagree that they shouldn’t have curfews, but the curfews keep them out of trouble. A bad thing about this that teens say is, that it restricts them from staying over at a family or friends house too long. The curfew would keep them from wandering in the dark. Some teens speak out against this, and some are good with it.
Additionally, a curfew would be to restrict teens from doing illegal activities after those times. This logic is flawed, however, because if they are already showing an apathetic attitude about the laws they are breaking, they won 't care about breaking the curfew law either. Another argument for the implementation of curfews is that curfews would encourage teenagers to go to bed earlier, so that they are more rested for school the next day. Although a nice thought, teenagers will go to bed at whatever time they want, whether they are out of the house or not. With the technology we have today, two friends can just get into a video call, and have it be just like being in
And because they can’t afford it, they think it’s good to steal and it’s not. Stealing is also not good because when you steal it causes a lot of confusion. And distrust from others to go out without a weapon, or to even let their children walk to the bus stop without their parents. Stealing is not ok, because if you are caught, there are serious
It is believed by them that this would only ruin their productivity and negatively affect their lives. However, most places allow teenagers to drive past curfew if their commute is school, emergency, religious, or work related. Other than these, there is no reason for teenagers to be out on the roads late at night. A curfew allows for young people to be much safer from the dangers produced by the night. Teenagers are not prepared for what may lie ahead and need to kept safe as they are the future.
The third thing Helena Frith-Powell also said was that alcohol is dangerous and is sold only in state-owned shops and that you could not buy after 3.30 pm. Sweden tries to make better for everyone and they try to prevent drunk-driving car death by making it harder for the Swedes to buy alcohol. You would not like to have a drunk man on the train yelling and getting aggresive to the other passengers, right? But if you really need to drink you can always buy illegally. She points out that as a teenager, she and her friends drank alcohol that they could find and that it was very hard for them to find because they could not buy in a local shop and that they were under the age of
It is not right to let someone get off easy for a serious crime they have committed no matter what age they are. Even though Manny was 18 he should have faced more then 9 years in prison. Even though he grew up with out a father and was raped that doesn't make it right to hurt other people. Manny gave up and let his criminal side take over. He could have left the bad neighborhood he was in but no he decide to stay and now he has to pay for the prices of his
Then on top of that, having the responsibility of having a romantic companion is another thing to worry about. So if the parent’s child is struggling with school by itself, then dating should not be a thought to have in mind. But if the adolescent is doing well and is being allowed to date then rules should be applied. Going out with their romantic companion is an existence a parent should really keep in mind. They should let their juvenile go out, but with the exception of the place being in public in the daytime, no late night partying with their companion.
“Starting immediately, your curfew is 9 pm.” Curfews have been implemented by parents in the past, and now the government is thinking of creating a nationwide curfew. Kids often view this as an unnecessary law, and it is. There should not be a legal curfew because it violates minors rights, waste police resources and are actually ineffective. There should not be a curfew because it disregards the basic rights of teenagers. The first and fourth amendment were both created to ensure that the freedom and privacy of American citizens was protected.
It is insane to imagine kids as young as 11 or 12 to be able to vote or even be able to drive at that age. Since they are not the legal age, that being 18 they should not be charged as an adult. “We’ve created this image that teenagers are something to be feared” (Lundstrom 2). We should take account the teens that want to change their life around and truly regret what they did. Kids are kids and they should not be something we fear and it should not be a time in like when it is taken
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.
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
People will not want to live there because of the fright of being a victim, causing this to be empty job spots and lost of money. Aside from affecting commerce, and safety, it would bring conflict to the education of kids. It will hurt their future education and aside from that, if students are packed with heat, teachers are not going to want to go to school and teach. Teachers will feel threaten and unsafe. However, Lopez won the case because he argued that there is nothing in article 1 that says they can pass laws saying that guns are illegal in schools.