Here is one reference you must use for this essay. Find other 2 scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles, to be includes in this research.

Essay 2 asks for your informed opinion about juveniles being tried as adults. After viewing the video, “Juvenile Justice,” and based on information you find in 2 scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles, what are your thoughts? You might write about the consequences being different for adults and juveniles, the rehabilitation potential, the moral and ethical arguments, etc. Your content will not be graded on your opinion; it will be graded on how well you support your argument with the literature.
Your essay must begin at the top of the page 1 with a title on the first line. Do not provide a title page, abstract, or any lines of identifying information at the top of the first page, such as your name, date, professor name, class, etc. The essay should be 1000 words, which is 4 pages, double spaced. Formatting of this paper must have 12-point Times New Roman font, 1” margins. Make sure to cite the video and 2 peer-reviewed, scholarly journal articles in your essay. You are also to have 1 additional reference page. Your reference page must include links to the articles you cited within your paper. You are required to use APA format for your citations and reference page.

Here is one reference you must use for this essay. Find other 2 scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles, to be includes in this research.

Reference:

Carlie PhD, M. (2002). Into The Abyss: A Personal Journey into the World of Street Gangs. In

Missouri State.

(2001). Juvenile Justice [Motion picture]. Columbia College.

Video Bibliography:

Every day on the news there are reports of crimes across the world, unfortunately, many of them involving youths. The documentary Juvenile Justice highlights four teens who have committed crimes ranging in severity that put them in the position to potentially be tried as adults, despite them being under the age of eighteen. While many people look at youths and feel as though they are young and unable to control themselves and fully understand their actions, some feel that they are quite aware of their behaviors. The teens in this video, like those in the real world, are in a spot where they must take responsibility for their actions. By studying various facets of each individuals case, a distinction can be made on a case by case basis, rather than simply grouping all youths committing various offenses into a category of people who deserve to be tried as adults. Looking at things such as the community’s kids are coming from, their present individual case, and their background or records can help to make the right distinction for punishment that fits a crime.

Link for the video and description:

https://fod-infobase-com.proxy.ccis.edu/p_ViewVideo.aspx?xtid=56083

Citation

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Juvenile justice [Video file]. (2001). Retrieved September 7, 2019, from https://fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=19180&xtid=56083

DESCRIPTION

FRONTLINE explores whether children who commit serious crimes should be tried as juveniles or adults. The program shows what can happen to young offenders who reach the “end of the line” in the juvenile court system and how these children can be rehabilitated to prevent future criminal behavior. Distributed by PBS Distribution. (90 minutes) Distributed by PBS Distribution.

DETAILS

Producer:

Frontline

Date Added:

12/18/2013

Copyright Date:

© 2001

Item #:

56083

Type:

Documentary Film

Run Time:

01:26:35

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