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Juvenile Crime Every night when the news comes on Americans are constantly reminded of the rise in overall crime occurring in our country The most astounding fact is that most of these crimes being committed are by mere children They are kids under the age of eighteen whom for some reason get a rush out of stealing beating and even killing other people in their communities Juvenile crime is one of the most important problems in the United States today The facts are out there and they are not good at all Just knowing the facts is not enough though To be able to do something about juvenile crime it is important to know when why and how the youths started committing crimes From this the judiciary system needs to figure what can be done with the juvenile offenders and how much it will cost to do so If these nearly impossible steps can be taken on the United States will be able to bring back its most important resource for the future its youth No one will ever be able to tell an exact date of when juvenile crime started because since the beginning of man there has always been someone out there to break the rules Who says there could not have been children doing the same Throughout all of ancient civilizations and medieval times there have been some kind of rules in place to keep the criminals off of the streets They were for anyone including youths who were caught doing something that was considered against the law This proves that juvenile crime has been in existence for as long as rules have been made Yet juvenile crime has not come to the attention of most people as a major problem since the last thirty years It has been during our current thirty year crime wave that we have seen the number of juveniles incarcerated on probation or parole or in
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