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Should teenagers spend their young lives in jail Recently in Detroit Michigan a teenager was convicted in criminal court for a crime he committed The judge place him in a juvenile facility and ordered him to mandatory psychiatrist evaluation and base on his improvement he will be set free at the age of twenty one The judge did the most prudent thing in regards to the kids health and safety If he had placed this kid in prison he would be with hard core criminals and may not receive the proper rehabilitation facilities to address his needs Placing a teenager in prison with hard core criminals is beyond a doubt very detrimental to his or her safety health and moreover to society One can not start to thing of the abuse and anguish this kid will endure at the hands of ruthless criminals As a result the teenagers may come out of prison worst than they entered This will leave a black cloud on society and in our neighborhoods because of the mind frame that the teenagers will come out of prison with It is highly impossible that these teenagers will not be taken advantage of in prison And also being in prison with hard core criminals can poison their minds rather than having the opportunity to rehabilitate their disability One way to ensure that our society stand a chance of being safe from these teenagers is to ensure that they receive the proper rehabilitation they need Children do not have the judgment of adults nor do they distinguished between fantasy and reality Children do go through emotional and mental brake downs This is not to say that every time that a teenager commits a crime that he has a problem but the majority of times there are signs of some type of distress Children are our leaders of tomorrow Their lives are there to be saved
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