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1. The age of twenty-one is the legal age to be tried as an adult, but there are some legal bouts that can be handled when the individual’s is at the age of eighteen. There are three types of crimes that would allow the minor to be tried as an adult. These are rape, murder, and armed robberies (Deblasi, 2020). For the second part of the discussion post, there are times where these young individuals know the outcomes and consequences of their actions and behaviors. They know that his or her wrongdoings are affecting people in a negative way. People suffer from these acts, and just to say that they are just kids is not fair to the people that they have harmed. Take murder for an example, would you just say that she is just a child when she wrongfully killed those parent’s child. No, you would want some type of justice served, and giving that child a mild reprimand is just not enough. You cannot bring that dead child back, so what is the next best thing? (2) In the great State of Oklahoma, where there is a thin line between Juvenile and adult consequences of breaking the Law,(A. Any person sixteen (16) or seventeen (17) years of age who is charged with murder, kidnapping, robbery with a dangerous weapon, robbery in the first degree if personal injury results, rape in the first degree, rape by instrumentation, use of a firearm or other offensive weapon while committing a felony, arson in the first degree, burglary with explosives, burglary in the first or second degree after three or more adjudications for committing either burglary in the first degree or burglary in the second degree, shooting with intent to kill, discharging a firearm, crossbow or other weapon from a vehicle pursuant to subsection B of Section 652 of Title 21 of the Oklahoma Statutes, intimidating a witness, manslaughter in the first degree, sodomy, trafficking in illegal drugs, manufacturing, distributing, dispensing, or possessing with intent to manufacture, distribute, or dispense a controlled dangerous substance, or assault and battery with a deadly weapon, shall be considered as an adult para1) Just this section cover a lot and there is still more with extenuating circumstance. “Any person thirteen (13), fourteen (14), fifteen (15), sixteen (16), or seventeen (17) years of age who is charged with murder in the first degree shall be considered as an adult.” There are a few differences; being young is not an excuse to commit a crime. However, living in a” Prison for Profits” state and poor regrades of age once in the system, one will likely go to prison. ( There are six private prisons in Oklahoma, but only four are currently occupied. These private prisons are owned and managed by two out-of-state corporations: Corrections Corporation of America and Geo Group). I don’t believe kids should be in prison; however, kids comment, heinous crimes also and need to be treated rather than locked up for profit.