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  1. We Are All Criminals is a non-profit organization dedicated to challenging society’s perceptions of what it means to be “criminal.” Through shared stories of those who committed or were accused of committing crimes, those who got away with them, and those who have been directly affected by the criminal justice system, we seek to erase the barriers that separate us.
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  4. RESEARCH CONFIRMS: WE ARE ALL CRIMINALS. Research on self-reported criminal offending shows that almost all teenagers commit some form of delinquency. Indeed, that is true for most teens even if we exclude behaviors that are only illegal for juveniles (possessing alcohol, buying cigarettes, truancy, curfew violations, and so forth).
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  6. Belgian band When Paul Severs joined the band after the first lead-singer left, the band succeeded to catch the attention of music publisher Jean Kluger. Because Kluger was looking for a solo artist, the band-name was changed to Paul Severs & The Criminals.
  7. We Are All Criminals is a non-profit organization dedicated to challenging society’s perceptions of what it means to be “criminal.”. Through shared stories of those who committed or were accused of committing crimes, those who got away with them, and those who have been directly affected by the criminal justice system, we seek to erase the barriers that separate us.
  8. Yes because we’ve all broken some kind of law. If we exceed the speed limit, even if it’s a mph over, then we’ve disobeyed a traffic law, and in that regard we are a criminal. But, in a straightforward sense, nobody is a criminal until they have been charged and found guilty of a crime by a court. In that sense, no, not everyone is a criminal.

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