英作文で「少年法についてあなたの考えを述べよ」というテーマが出ましたが、自分の文章の添削をお願いします。 I think Japanese juvenile law is not lenient, but rather strict. People often say it is lenient and not in the times, but it has been revised over and over again and become stricter. In many cases, ju veniles who commit serious crimes are tried in the same criminal trial as adults. The death penalty is available for those over 18 years old and the indefinite imprisonment for those over 14 years old. Japanese juvenile law is so strict that a UN agency has issued a correction recommendation. In the first place, most adult crimes are not prosecuted, and even if prosecuted, fines and suspended sentences are often sufficient, and even in such cases, there is a possibility of receiving protective measures such as juvenile training and probation, which is stricter than adults. Another point is that the Juvenile Law is based on the principle of all cases (adults are not based on the principle of all cases), and even minor offenses that would be fine for adults are sent to the family court. Furthermore, the Juvenile Law can also guide juvenile delinquents who are at risk of committing a crime and bring them to a juvenile referee. From the above, it is considered that the Japanese juvenile law is not lenient to minors, but rather strict.