Common causes of juveniles committing crimes include family issues, drug use, peer pressure, problems in school and a lack of adult supervision. Each juvenile has his own reason for committing a crime, but these factors ... More »

Statistics show that there is a correlation between poverty and juvenile delinquency, and this is due solely to socio-economic factors. Children who live in poverty are less likely to attend good schools or participate i... More »

There are numerous causes of juvenile delinquency, including domestic violence, living in areas of poverty and high crime rates, inadequate social support and lack of access to education. Juvenile delinquency affects mal... More »

Many factors contribute to crimes, including need or want for money, feelings of anger, envy or vengeance, the decay of family values, and the desire for control. In some cases, people commit crimes for self-serving reas... More »

A possible arguable topic would be the juvenile justice system's effectiveness and its long-term effects on the lives of juveniles charged with crimes. Another topic would be white collar crime and its growth in the coun... More »

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Some explanations as to why people commit violent crimes include personal choices weighed against the possible repercussions of a crime, and the theory that crime emerges as a conflict between different economic classes.... More »

The Manson family, a loosely organized social group centered around a supposed guru or spiritual leader named Charles Manson, had multiple members who have been found guilty of a variety of crimes, from the murder of act... More »