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    Pro Curfew

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    Many cities have curfews for it’s minors; however, many parents have his or her own curfew for one’s own child. I oppose against any city appointed curfew as a curfew is not a city’s duty to control what time a minor must be home. A curfew should be appointed by a minor’s parent or guardian, a city curfew is far too interfering in one’s personal life, and many teenagers have jobs in which they do not leave work until ten. A curfew should be made by a minor’s parent or guardian. To elaborate my point

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    Teen Curfew

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    Teen curfews have been in debate in most major cities for a while now. Parents and city council members have been trying to push laws to have young adults home safe and sound where they should be at a more reasonable time. Teen curfews are a good idea and should be enforced. Not only would it show more responsibility on the young adult’s part, but it would support teen safety. Another advantage to a curfew is that it would will help teens to be less sleep deprived. Responsibility is something

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    Would you let the government tell you how to control your kids? That’s why I think parents should decide whether or not there kids should have curfews. Teens should have curfew of at least 11:00 because when they stay out to late they tend to do wrong things most of the time. Just like in the article The trouble With Youth Curfews stated “first there were incidences of shop lifting then on July 29 youths got violent in central city beating and hospitalizing 59 people.” Also teens should be at home

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    Are Curfews Fair to Juveniles? Cities across the United States have imposed curfews on juveniles for many years. Teen curfew laws restrict the hours that juveniles may be on the streets or in public places at night (Sutphen and Ford). Some people consider curfews infringing on people’s constitutional rights. Curfews are hard to implement by law enforcement, and, in fact, take law enforcement away from more serious crimes. More crimes occur during daytime hours and more children are victimized

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    Anti Curfew Law

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    a wild mustang, so why try and control teenager who wants as many freedoms as possible. Curfews set by the Government may seem like a good idea, but it's not. The idea of laws enforcing a curfew for teenagers is not a good one, it unfairly takes away a teenagers freedom. If there is a law about a curfew and a teen does not like it, there is a high chance that they will just stay out past curfew. Curfew in a household is specified by the parents. If the parents and child both state their case

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    Teenage Curfews Essay

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    Curfews can be quite controversial, especially when the topic involves teenage curfews. There are many purposes for teenage curfews. Many citizens are concerned for the safety of their youth, and curfews can help ensure your safety from the outside world. Along with this, curfews also help with the prevention of violence. Typically, they are adopted by a community based on necessity. The controversy of curfews really starts when results are mentioned. Often times, curfews help decrease crime rates

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    Teen Curfew Laws

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    Teen Curfew Teen curfew laws need to be changed because they are too strict, they keep teens from having fun during the night, and due to sleep cycles curfew gives teens only a few hours of freedom and sleep. Teen curfew laws need to be changed, they are too strict and are unfair. Curfew keeps teens from having fun during the night( orlando sentinel .com). Teens sleep in late during the day and stay up during the night and curfew gives teens only a few hours of freedom. For example, In Detroit teen

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    Research Paper On Curfew

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    Curfew Comments Have you ever heard of the witching hour? The period between 3 am and 4 am is often referred to as the witching or devil hour, since that is when paranormal forces are at their strongest. Some high school students choose to leave their home and hang out in the streets during this time. Whether you believe in paranormal forces or not, it is not safe for minors to be outside after midnight. Kids often view curfews as an unnecessary rule, but there are many benefits to having one. They

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    Teenage Curfew Essay

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    Having a teenage curfew is ineffective and useless. Many people argue that the curfews are necessary because it will keep young people out of trouble. They also say that teenagers are more likely to get in trouble late than they would during daylight. Teens are looked at as the age group that causes the most trouble, and society targets them when it comes to matter for crime, however many people believe that teens are responsible for a large percentage of crimes and that having a curfew in effect will

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    I am saying that teens need a curfew and I will be sighting my info from the story The Trouble with youth curfews they are for teen curfews. He Examined 400 citations given to 16 and 17 year olds in the city for violating curfews. Where are these kids’ parents at the time of night? So we don’t need all these kids being outside past there curfew. “Males argues that despite the recent attention these disruptive flash are pretty rare”. See this why we need curfews because they are having flash mobs

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