Some people think that teenagers who commit crimes should be treated the same way as adult criminals. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

Committing crimes can make a person end up in prison as a criminal.
Person
Suggestion
A person
of any age who commits a crime is a criminal.
However
, people who insist on treating a teenage criminal same way as an
adult
is treated, I strongly deny
this
statement as, the teens can be sent to Rehabilitation Centres, giving them a
second
chance to rectify their mistakes and live normal life again. Primarily, a point needs to be noted that, the perception and a way of living of a
teenage
a juvenile between the onset of puberty and maturity
teenager
and, an
adult
are dissimilar. To explain,
for instance
, the level of doing inappropriate things is low in teens as compared to the adults.
Furthermore
, if both the groups are kept under one roof, the dominant
adult
may bully teenagers, physically or emotionally harming them and, as a consequence, provoking them to do more crimes. I totally justify the act of keeping the
teen
being one more than nine
ten
criminals not
Accept comma addition
criminals, not
with the
adult
ones
because, the type
Suggestion
, because the type
of crimes committed by both arms
are
Suggestion
is
unlike.
For example
, more serious crimes
such
as murder, drug smuggling is mostly committed by some adults, while a teenager may end up in prison doing small bad did like pick pocketing or beating someone.
Also
, it will be unfair if teenagers are not given
second chance
Suggestion
a second chance
as, most of the times they regret their deeds later. So, sending to rehabilitation centre may give them a period to rectify their mistakes and, new hope to live normal life again. I pen down by accepting the fact that the criminals cannot be left loose.
However
, we can segregate them according to the age. While
adult
criminals are kept in prison, teenage criminals can be taught lessons to do better in life, in the rehabilitation centres.
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