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The type of punishment given to an offender often depends on factors such as age, effects of the crime committed, and type of crime. In most cases, the juvenile courts give a punishment aimed at rectifying child's behavior. As such, there are minimal cases of life imprisonment among children. For instance, deposition involves probation or residential placement in an attempt to allow the child change morals. Therefore, it is moral to say that the punishment is enough.
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