So the police show up at your door and want to search your home. First never consent to anything the police want you to do. Tell them to come back when they have a Search Warrant. Should they have that Search Warrant, you have to allow them access to your entire home. Including bed rooms, safes and drawers. That piece of paper allows them to rummage through your entire home. This even allows them to break into desk, safes and locked rooms.
While many teenagers residing in Houston, Texas, may look like full-grown adults, their parents are probably the first to say that their children do not always operate at the maturity level one would like. Sometimes this leads to juveniles taking part in activities that leave them facing school discipline.
There are many things that parents worry about concerning their children as they grow up. Making sure they get enough to eat and sleep are some of the basics. According to a recent study published in the journal of Crime & Delinquency, there is something else parents need to worry about--their child being arrested before turning 23. This is particularly true if those children are boys.