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what are sentences for young offenders
and what particular aims of sentencing are relevant for young offenders

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    Your answer depends upon several considerations:

    the offender's age
    the offender's record
    the seriousness of the crime
    the location of the court
    local, provincial/state, federal laws

    What do you think aims of sentencing are?

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