is a very crude sledge- hammer, they need to find out why the children are on the streets, so there can be a targeted response which is more likely to work.
But some parents and civil-liberties groups are challenging curfew
laws, saying that they violate constitutional rights.
for minors after he left a restaurant with teenage friends a few minutes after the hour.
breakers, even schoolchildren, risk detention without trial.
The mayor of Belt Jalla is the first speaker, and I listen to his description of life under curfew
and constant siege as I pass through the crowd.
Two such efforts at coercion came from the child labor reform and juvenile curfew
A federal judge ruled on 13 June that Ellison could land his private jet at the airport after curfew
hours until his lawsuit challenging the restriction is resolved.
In their frenzied enactment of juvenile curfew
ordinances over the past 10 years, U.
Besides meaning "the sounding of a bell at evening," the word curfew
also denotes "a regulation enjoining the withdrawal of usually specified persons (as juveniles or military personnel) from the streets or the closing of business establishments or places of assembly at a stated hour.
Conference of Mayors found that 80 percent had a nighttime youth curfew
, up from 70 percent two years earlier.
AMERICA'S capital is bringing in a child curfew
in a desperate bid to cut teenage violence and crime.
Although they fall into general categories, every curfew
is different and confusing.
also has received multiple other noise citations that include violating the airport's partial nighttime curfew
and conducting maintenance engine run-ups during prohibited hours.
A Human Rights Watch official does not think a curfew
is the way to go in Mt Elgon, which was declared disturbed after many fatal attacks.
A MAN was let off his curfew
to take part in a religious festival.