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Why Juveniles Enter The Crime World

By Connor Sullivan

Young people are often associated with the felony world because of their carelessness. Usually, you see a car accident performed by a young driver, and afterwards he might be seeking help from a Nevada DUI attorney or a Nevada DUI lawyer. Adolescents get involved with criminal activities because of various reasons. According to a study, the characteristics that turn a plain adolescent into a criminal are quite apparent since his/her school life.

The main reasons of juveniles falling into the criminal world are annoyance and frustration and when you combine these factors, it leads to violence. Violence in early life is a clear sign that a kid is able to commit an illegal action in the future. On the whole, juveniles might show unlawful actions because they are agitated because they aren’t achieving what they desired. Studies have proved that most of these juveniles are self-centered, self-absorbed, and angry. They find it amusing to torture people because they are disturbed by them. This action of hostility makes them feel superior. Another cause might be carelessness at home or school. A kid might feel substandard at home, which is why they act out in negative manner. Often, juveniles who cope with the disconnection of their parents, or have unkind siblings, are prone to aggressive activities.

The most obvious indication of a future criminal is bullying. Children, who bully other children at school often result in being young criminals. A survey suggested that almost 60% of all the bullies at various schools tend to fall into some sort of felon act by the age of twenty four. Bullying poses long lasting effects on the psychology of kids. Many might not be able to proove themselves for the rest of their lives. Kids who get bullied at a later age tend to use drugs and alcohol as an action of frustration.

The juvenile’s history at school is usually a clear sign of why he/she entered the convict world. Characteristics might include angry nature or being distant with class fellows at school. The young might retaliate violently at name calling, cursing or abusive language at school, and eventually at home. Often, he/she might also have been reported to give violent threats to other children at school when he/she is angry.

Other characteristics might comprise:

Accusing other children for acts he/she might have performed him/herself.

Showing cruelty to animals when angry.

Not being accountable to any of the two parents or an elder sibling.

Liking TV shows, publications and computer games that encourage violent actions.

Not having a lot of friends.

Possessing a history of bringing unauthorized stuff to school like drugs, weapons, etc.

Possessing a history of being barred from the school.

Showing mood fluctuations regularly.

Exhibiting any suicidal propensities.

Nearly all of the reasons why a student might fall into such actions are because he/she might be psychologically disturbed. To protect him/her from afterward criminal actions in the future, he/she should be provided proper guidance in the early years and rather than blaming the child, one should find out the reasons behind such a behavior. If cured in the early years only, a juvenile might be prevented from stepping into the criminal world.

Connor R. Sullivan recently spent time researching law firms with a Nevada DUI attorney. He sought legal advice from a Nevada DUI lawyer regarding his son’s arrest.

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Sullivan, Connor "Why Juveniles Enter The Crime World." Why Juveniles Enter The Crime World. 31 Jul. 2010. uberarticles.com. 11 Sep 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/legal/reasons-that-make-adolescents-enter-crook-world/>.

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Sullivan, C (2010, July 31). Why Juveniles Enter The Crime World. Retrieved September 11, 2014, from http://uberarticles.com/legal/reasons-that-make-adolescents-enter-crook-world/

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