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Outline 1. Introduction 1. Elizabeth Ragoo 2. Candidate Number 7167 3. Wellington Community High School 4. Centre Number US115 2. Group Topic 1. Should juvenile delinquents be tried as adults? 2. Ethics 3. Psychology , Government, Economic 3. Identify your focus 1. The ethical aspects of juvenile delinquents 2. Juvenile delinquents can reform themselves without long term imprisonment. The Juvenile Justice System is expected to reconstruct troubled teens to productive members of society. Nevertheless, this power is commonly abused placing innocent teens in refinement due to their race. a. As mentioned in the academic journal, "Kids can change: reforming South Dakota's juvenile transfer law to rehabilitate children and protect public safety, " A juvenile who is sentenced to the adult prison system: can be housed with adult prisoners, is not entitled to rehabilitative services, is subjected to more violence than in the juvenile system, leaves prison with a criminal record, and is more likely to return to prison that if he had been kept in the juvenile system." b. According to the book, " Should juveniles be tried as adults?: At issue," four countries including the United States, Pakistan, Democratic Republic of Congo and Iran all allow the death penalty for juvenile delinquents. 4. Background Information 1. Juveniles who commit heinous crimes are being tried as adults. 2. A magazine titled, "We Can't Execute Them," written by Dahlia Lithwick stated, "...2,574 juveniles in the United States are serving life without parole." a. According to the news article, "America has 2,000 young offenders serving life terms in jail," juvenile delinquents at the age of 10 have been sentenced to life in prison without parole.
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