In today 's society, teenagers have the opportunity to get into a lot of trouble. Many teens have to cope with the temptation of doing drugs and joining gangs; however, a curfew will not stop them. Teenagers already do many illegal things, showing a blatant disregard for the laws already implemented. Setting a curfew in place will not reduce the trouble teens get into; it will just be another law that teenagers break. Many people would argue that implementing a curfew will eliminate all of the temptations teenagers have to face.
But she doesn’t let us drink soda because she herself knows that it is not good for you. Soda is very popular and many people drink it like I said many people know that it is bad for you but they still drink it. But it is not bad if you drink soda once in a while. In conclusion, I think that soda and candy should be banned from schools because it can cause you to get obese. Also because it is a bad habit to be eating candy or drinking soda.
It’s unfair to punish teenagers for something so natural, especially if they are doing it safely and with consent. And while most adults would be concerned about dropping the age of consent to 15, any teenager will tell you that it shouldn't be illegal. Young adults already have so much going on in their lives, they don't want to worry about their significant other going to jail because someone found out they had sex. Anyone above the age of 15 is most
The first reason is because there is a chance that when texting while driving, there can be an accident that can lead to loss of life and/or injury to the people involved. Another reason is that if no lives are injured and/or lost, property damage can have a bad effect to the driver who was texting while driving, including financial and legal troubles. Although banning texting while driving can be an inconvenience to a person who prefers to text when communicating, the chances of causing accidents that can lead to injuries, deaths, or property damage far outweighs the inconvenience. One could just park their car on the side of the road or on a parking spot if they must text but they should not text while driving. If it is an emergency, one should us use the call option.
It is very important that drivers follow this law to prevent themselves from getting into car crashes and as well as hitting pedestrians. How can you prevent these accidents from happening? The answer is to use common sense and do not use a cell phone while driving. Make sure you do have common sense, especially if you are driving a car that has your best friends as passengers. However, when teenagers hear about car crashes that are caused by drivers on their phones, they automatically think that this horrible car crash cannot happen to them, but it can.
Many high school parties are filled with alcohol and other drugs, and if under the influence, driving becomes dangerous for themselves and everyone else on the road. Driving under the influence is also illegal and the cause of many deaths every year. The curfew would prevent many teenagers from going and partying while also keeping themselves safe from the driving under the influence. The opposition of the curfew believes that the curfew only interferes with the busy lives of teens who have late extracurricular activities. It is believed by them that this would only ruin their productivity and negatively affect their lives.
People do not realize how likely getting into an accident, resulting from sending one text on their phones, while being behind the wheel is. The Federal Communication Commission did research on how likely getting into an accident while texting ←and→ driving, resulted that an individual is “23 times more likely to cause ←or→ be in an accident,” (The Dangers of Texting While Driving). By sending one text an individual puts their life in danger, also the surrounding people. If people understood how likely getting into an accident while driving most people would stop. The ban would make it illegal to text, additionally it would be the main reason why people stop sending texts while driving because the punishment would not be worth it.
Parents in Maseno have been cautioned against sending under age minors to bars in order to buy them alcohol. Karateng West assistant chief Aggrey Akoyo has said it has come to the attention of his office that some parents instead of going to bars themselves, they are sending their under age children. He said it is a trend that needs to stop as it is exposing the minors to things that are outlawed. “Why cant a parent just go to the bar and buy his liqour by himself. We know the law is clear about minors and alcohol.
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
Instead police enforcement is more focused on the substance they had in their body. Another reason Rockwell believes that drunk driving should be legalized is because car accidents happen either way. He believes people drive poorly no matter what.” Bank robbers may tend to wear masks, but the crime they commit has nothing to do with the