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Encyclopedia > Breaking Curfew

Breaking Curfew can refer to:

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National Youth Rights Association (1551 words)
Curfew laws are often set by a city or a state and make it illegal for a person underage to be outside during certain times.
In fact curfew laws may even lead to increased crime: "The current available data provides no basis to the belief that curfew laws are an effective way for communities to prevent youth crime and keep young people safe.
Curfew laws are also deemed to be constitutional if they serve a compelling state interest, in this case the reduction of juvenile crime.
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