The expenses scare a lot of able candidates away from the profession, able candidates from poorer families either take up a loan or they choose another profession. If they choose to take up a loan, they will find themselves in debt even before they have begun working as solicitors. The danger here is that the profession will be dominated by (some argue it already is) elitists, people from wealthy families that can pay everything for them. This tendency is dangerous because the profession will not reflect diversity if all the would-be solicitors are elitists (middle-class/rich, exclusive and so on). However some small measures have been taken, the LPC can be taken over two years, and then the would-be solicitors would be able to take a job and do the course at the same time.
Despite one’s ability to gain “adult responsibilities” by the age of eighteen, it is completely obvious that the damage to both the body and the brain as a result of alcohol abuse far outweighs any privilege of adulthood. Rules are a protection for the people, the MLDA of twenty-one should not be altered, as it is a protection to the young adults. If other cultures have different rules, it is irrelevant to our society and country. The only place that should be looked upon is the very place we live in-The United States Of America. We run our nation differently than other places around world.
Laura Rosales Ms. Martin Period: 1 12th Expo. / Comp. December 13, 2011 Kids Are Not Adults Juvenile justice in courts is a worldwide problem that can have negative consequences for the general community climate and for the right of people to live in a safe environment. In the article “startling finds on teenage brains” by Paul Thompson, he states that teenagers are losing lots of brain tissue and they cannot control their impulses. I think teens should not be tried as adults because they have not experienced how does the adult world works long enough to realize what they are doing.
The driving age should be raised. 16 year olds lose control of their vehicle because they are beginners. They shout require at least 2 years of training because automobile accidents are dangerous and there could be a lot more if we don’t enforce this. No parent will ever admit that their child is irresponsible. No parent wants to imagine their kid getting into a car crash or hitting a pedestrian, but this is reality where 16 year olds swear they can answer this text they will only look down for a second but then they think it is okay to do that and then they may eventually start taking pictures on their self at the wheel that’s terrifying what if they crash?
In his book Consumed: How Markets Corrupt Children, Infantilize Adults, and Swallow Citizens Whole, Benjamin R. Barber quotes the song All You Need is Love by the Beatles, saying “That is especially what children need” (Barber 184). It may be unrealistic for most to cut gift-giving completely out of the holidays (Hurt), but adults, at least, can focus on spending more time together and less time at the mall. According to Bernado M. Villegas, “Capitalism or the free market economy can only be saved from future catastrophes if the producers, financiers and consumers who make up its system are convinced that a gratuitous or selfless love is an indispensable ingredient in their human relationship to one another.” “It is not wrong to be happy when giving or receiving a gift; however problems arise when it is not clear whether reactions to those gifts are in fact true reactions (Buerk). Consumers are so confused by what they want and what they believe they “should” have that ofter they act excited about a gift that, when they think about it, they do not want or
And most people won’t even know their identity’s been stolen until it’s too late and they become a victim to identity theft. Identity thieves can cause a lot of harm to their victims, such as stealing their personal information; several negative effects identity theft has on its victims are using your identity for criminal activities, financial loss, and it can even put people in physical danger. The most important effect identity theft causes is that criminals can use your identity to commit crimes. Such as drug smuggling or crossing state lines they can commit fraud to gain government benefits. And by using their identity to commit these crimes can seriously damage someone’s reputation.
Drugs are good. Just kidding but shouldn’t we at least consider the consequences of the zero tolerance policy? Drug abuse in schools today is a major problem. Zero tolerance policy is a great way to stop the drugs but some of these rules are enforced just a little too harsh. I have seen drugs ruin people’s lives and tear apart their family, there is no doubt that anyone should be doing drugs, let alone kids.
Parents will also be aware of how to keep the home area safe from any easy access to things such as guns as states before. They may not realize how much of an impact that can have considering the fact that “In 2001, firearms were used in 54% of youth suicides” (Murphy). Having the schools work with the kids and the parents will dramatically change the effects of suicide on all the victims that fall within its
It is dangerous and people need to take it seriously. By not finding better ways to prosecute DUI’s more people will continue to be killed. 6) There is no further information I want the Professor to know about this essay. Michael St.John Professor Jodie Baeyens ENGL 102 Effectiveness in Writing June 5, 2012 Difficulty of DUI Cases Driving under the influence (DUI) is a major problem in the U.S. DUIs are dangerous selfish acts that affect all social classes and ethnic groups. DUI’s happen when a person has no regard for the rules or regulations of their state or the safety and well being of fellow citizens.
The 18th amendment contributed to the rise of organized crime because it created a lot of underground business. From killings to people living in poverty, that’s what the prohibition caused. If people really thought that prohibiting alcohol to be sold leally were going to help the way that people lived during this time, they were wrong. A lot of people were against the law, they argued that if they banned alcohol legal businesses were going to go broke and that was not going to help the economy get better. But alcohol was not the only thing breaking families apart they said, after the war, soldiers would come home and find themselves in a whole, struggling to find jobs.