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INSANITY IS IT IN OUR SCHOOLS What exactly is the definition of insanity Insanity is being in a mental state of mind that does not allows you to make correct decisions on events that are occurring at that moment But this definition is not always the same through out the United States One persons definition is not always the same as the next This comes into conflict when trying to decide someones fate in court cases and this is especially important when it involves a minor that has committed a serious crime As an example to the seriousness of some of the crimes look at all of the school shootings that have been occurring throughout the United States What are we to do with young children that are now sentenced to prison for life without parole To call them insane is not the answer We need to find something that can be done to help stop the huge number of young people in the correctional system Because the huge amount of money it costs to house inmates per year is extreme and it is costing the taxpayers enough money already to house the adult inmates We need to find alternate solutions other than sending these young men and woman to prison for the rest of their life and causing them to legally go insane What can we do to prevent these young adults from committing such extreme crimes We need to look at the home and see if anything is wrong there first before anything else is even looked at Because to take away the children from their parents is only a good if they are part of the problem Parents are extremely important in a child life and set the foundation for what is to come in the future from himher whether in the positive or the negative There are many reasons for there being problems at home It could
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