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Ella Milligan

@ellamilligan8cy7r656s56• May 13, 2022open-state

Would more severe punishments deter juvenile crime? | Debate.org

Yes, because juveniles would be less inclined to commit crimes in society, if they knew a more severe punishment could be administered.

As a former juvenile delinquent, I feel that if I had been punished more severely for my crimes as a juvenile, perhaps I would not have gotten into so much trouble as an adult

But when are parents motivated only when the punishment so harsh that it will effect the kids future and destroy it. So when it comes to that point the parents may start to teach the kid not to commit crimes which is very crucial.

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Would more severe punishments deter juvenile crime? | Debate.orgwww.debate.org

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Ella Milligan

@ellamilligan8cy7r656s56• May 12, 2022open-state

Harsh punishment for child offenders doesn’t prevent further criminality | UNICEF Viet Nam

If they can be influenced into committing crime by ill-intentioned groups, it is also true that children have the formidable capacity to be influenced to do good if they are offered a proper rehabilitation programme instead of being given harsh punishment.

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Harsh punishment for child offenders doesn’t prevent further criminality | UNICEF Viet Namwww.unicef.org

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Ella Milligan

@ellamilligan8cy7r656s56• May 12, 2022open-state

Youth-dominated crimes rise again in Qld | 7NEWS

He said the measure would allow police to intervene before offenders breaching bail committed further crime.

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Youth-dominated crimes rise again in Qld | 7NEWS7news.com.au

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Ella Milligan

@ellamilligan8cy7r656s56• May 12, 2022open-state

United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Children

le6 Children have the right to live a full life. Governments should ensure that children survive and develop healthily

Governments should respect the rights and responsibilities of families to guide their children so that, as they grow up, they learn to use their rights properly

Article6 Children have the right to live a full life. Governments should ensure that children survive and develop healthily .

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United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Childrenwww.unicef.org.au

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Ella Milligan

@ellamilligan8cy7r656s56• May 6, 2022open-state

MR & MRS CHALLENGE | CHLOE & TOBY VS MILLIE & LIAM | LOVE ISLAND

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MR & MRS CHALLENGE | CHLOE & TOBY VS MILLIE & LIAM | LOVE ISLANDwww.youtube.com

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Ella Milligan

@ellamilligan8cy7r656s56• Apr 28, 2022open-state

Queensland teen who mowed down police officer granted bail on new charges | 7NEWS

“How do the judiciary grant bail for these alleged offences knowing the previous (offences) this person has?“It puts the community at risk, it puts the police at risk and it’s a slap in the face across the board.

Queensland Police Union president Ian Leavers describing the leg, head, neck and back injuries as amounting to a “life sentence” for the officer

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Queensland teen who mowed down police officer granted bail on new charges | 7NEWS7news.com.au

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Ella Milligan

@ellamilligan8cy7r656s56• Apr 28, 2022open-state

New laws would only serve to trap Queensland children in the criminal legal system | Human Rights Law Centre

These laws would take children out of the community and entrench them in the criminal legal system. A system that only harms and never rehabilitates children.

ather than responding with evidence-based solutions and understanding why children are offending and reoffending, the proposed laws will only serve to further isolate children.

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New laws would only serve to trap Queensland children in the criminal legal system | Human Rights Law Centrewww.hrlc.org.au

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Ella Milligan

@ellamilligan8cy7r656s56• Apr 26, 2022open-state

State of imprisonment: out one day, back the next in Queensland

out one day, back the next

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State of imprisonment: out one day, back the next in Queenslandtheconversation.com

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Ella Milligan

@ellamilligan8cy7r656s56• Apr 25, 2022open-state

Tougher sentencing would drive youths onto path of 'career criminality', SA Law Society says - ABC News

Attorney-General John Rau yesterday vowed to strengthen laws so that juveniles who face adult courts because of the seriousness of their crimes are sentenced as adults.

Mr Rau said there was a community expectation that "heinous crimes" be met with "stern sentences".

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Tougher sentencing would drive youths onto path of 'career criminality', SA Law Society says - ABC Newswww.abc.net.au

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Ella Milligan

@ellamilligan8cy7r656s56• Apr 24, 2022open-state

QHRC : Human rights

Every person has the right to life and to not have their life taken. The right to life includes a duty on government to take appropriate steps to protect the right to life.

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QHRC : Human rightswww.qhrc.qld.gov.au