At a specific age, you tend to start having more specific privileges. You accomplish certain rewards, for example, having the rights to vote, buying a new house, purchasing tobacco’s at a nearby corner store, however, the most important is to be accountable of your own actions. At what age do you consider as an adult in the U.S? If you say 18, you are absolutely correct, according to the New York Times article nearly all states, the age 18 is considered to be an adult. What most of the 18-year old is not so upbeat about is that they can no longer be charged for crimes in the juvenile court system. So my inquiry at that point is this: Do a couple of years younger than 18 make a big deal about a distinction? Is it reasonable for one person, who’s only seventeen years old, to be charged as a juvenile, getting a less amount sentence charges for under than somebody who is only about 3 months older committing the same crime as them? Are minors younger than 18 entirely capable of being considered in charge of their actions or are all juveniles capable of understanding their actions will have to face the consequence? A crime is considered to be a crime and therefore Juveniles who commit vicious violations ought to be charged the same way as adults.