Youth Criminal Justice Act Storyboard

Youth Criminal Justice Act Storyboard
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  • We know our rights. We are both 14, so no matter what we do, we won't barely get charged. Haha yeah! Plus we are first time offenders... if they ever catch us.
  • What! She's an old lady, yet all she has is money and a phone. I need more!
  • No you don't, Beth! I don't know if we should continue....
  • Beth Snake and Joanne Porcupine are planning to rob poor old Granny Smith Apple's house while she's at BINGO. Before they enter the house they go through the Youth Criminal Justice Act rights. When they get inside, they go through all her crappy belongings, and only found a wallet and phone.
  • Then Granny Smith comes home and plays with her dog Woofers. Then she noticed the girls and asked for some Girl Guide Cookies. Beth changed the plan on the way to get "Girl Guide Cookies". The girls never had Girl Guide cookies, and Beth grabbed a knife. She told Granny Smith that there were no more Thin Mints, and then stabbed the old lady continuously!
  • Beth Snake and Joanne Porcupine run out of the house. Then Joanne questions Beth's choice of killing Granny Smith Apples and says they should go to the police. Beth kills Joanne, as she didn't want to get arrested, and hides the evidence.
  • A couple days later, after searching through any evidence, a police came by, trying to arrest Beth. Beth tried to run aside her own home, but another police was already there waiting. She was put under arrest for the murders of Granny Smith Apples and Joanne Porcupine. The officer told her her rights and about the Youth Criminal Justice Act.
  • After being in juvenile hall for a couple days, Beth Snake had her murder trial. The judge considered four factors to see how long of punishments she should get. The 14 year old was immature, really young, had no history of violence, and regretted committing the crimes.She pled innocent, but the judge had enough evidence to prosecute her....
  • Beth Snake's punishment was 2 years in jail with probation and 400 days of community service afterwards. She also had to go to anger management classes and visit a psychiatrist weekly.
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