Juvenile Crime

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Social Issues

 

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Traci S

 

Date added:

February 27, 2013

 

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University

 

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A

 

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At age fourteen the average person is mentally mature enough to understand the consequences associated with committing a crime. If a juvenile, over fourteen has the ability and willingness to commit a violent crime they should be tried and punished as an adult. A fourteen year old knows right from wrong...
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A fourteen year old knows right from wrong. He (or she) is able to tell whether they are committing a crime. If a juvenile is mature enough to commit an adult crime, they should be treated as an adult, and punished justly according to the adult law. The difference in age in two people should not determine their punishment if they have committed the same crime under the same or similar pretenses...
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