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    Laws - View Law: INCORRIGIBLE


    Incorrigibility means the breaking of rules or laws that usually don’t apply to adults, behaving in a manner that that could endanger self or others, and refusing to obey the reasonable orders or directions of parents and guardians. Incorrigible actions include missing school, running away, and using tobacco and alcohol. (ARS 8-201). There are several possible outcomes for incorrigibility. These include being put on probation, having driving privileges suspended, paying fines for damages (sometimes called restitution) (ARS 8-323)

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    On 09/09/06
    delyla from AK said:
    im i4 and my mom came home drunk last night with some guy i found out wen she turned around that she peed on her self if i cant get amanstipated im goin to runaway to texas with my cuzin.
    On 06/30/06
    Renee from CA said:
    If a parent tries to suppress their kids from the outside world, eventually that child is going to want to get away from their parents when they turn eighteen. In addition to this, a child might end up doing things that they shouldn't do because their parents were over protective. However, parents still should be aware of what their child does, but not supervise them so much to the point that their child will go and to do things behind their parents back. However, kids should still make good choices in life no matter.
    On 05/06/06
    Heather from NY said:
    I am 17 and will be 18 in less than 2 weeks and i just wanted to kno if i can leave my house when i want, no matter the time, and if my mom can do anything about it, she is very posseive, and controlling , i cant take it anymore. She is trying to take over my life and I dont know what Im allowed to do and what im not allowed to do, cause she has so many things stuffed into my head about the rules and other stuff. Somebody please help me understand the law a little better.
    On 04/26/06
    Stephanie from IN said:
    i have the best mom ever but dont know what to tell her about me being prego she'll kick me out and im engaged should i get amanstipated?
    On 03/20/06
    RR from NV said:
    Im 17 almost 18. I turn 18 the day after graduation and i need to get away from my mom. She purp a baseball bat to my car window and said next time it would be me. I was abused when i was younger but never thought i was untill i knew what she was doing was wrong. Now i need to get out but people are saying that it would take more than 3 months to get amanstipated
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