Yes, it is a 15 yard penalty
No, nobody should receive the death penalty. An eye for an eye will just leave the world blind.
A reduced penalty for a sin
Only if they are convicted of a crime that warrants the death penalty, such as murder (the same as straight people).
"A minor can receive a penalty for a DWI.Normally a first offense can lead to 180 days in jail, a 6 moth suspension of their license, and anywhere from 20 to 40 hours of community service."
In the UK you will receive a 'fixed penalty ticket'. If you accept the fixed penalty, you will pay Â£60 and receive a 3-point licence endorsement. If you go to court, you may receive a fine of up to Â£1,000 and 6 penalty points. If the total points on your licence exceed 12 (including those for this offense) you will be disqualified from driving.
most likely the death penalty.
The laws are not different and the charges don't change just because the perpetrator is a juvenile. It is the manner in which the juvenile is processed, tried and treated that can be different from adult offenders. Threatening someone with a deadly weapon is a serious charge and the 12 year old can expect receive harsher penalty than... say... throwing a snowball at a schoolbus, for instance.
You need to receive a Challenge Letter from it.
There is the 10 year penalty.