"This book was basically adout a teen's life and what main thigs go on. This book has alot of the bad things that teens think adout doing or have done and the consequences of getting caught.This book also gives good advise about everything from being adopted to having sex.
I liked the book because I learned a lot of facts about my life as a teen that will be helpful to me.
I would recommend this book to all of the teens that want to know the limits that they can go in life; good and bad. I would also recommend this book to the parents so that they will have some idea of how to better deal with teens that are out of control and not out of control." Cortni Tyler said.
"Now in an updated edition, What Are My Rights? 95 Questions and Answers About Teens and the Law presents Judge Tom Jacobs' matter-of-fact answers to common questions than teenagers have, from "If my parents get a divorce, will I still get to visit my grandparents?" to "What do I do if I'm being abused or neglected?", "What does emancipation mean?" or "Can my juvenile record be destroyed?" Though written especially to help teens stay out of trouble, What Are My Rights offers nothing more or less than plain honest truth, without preaching or moralizing, in simple question-and-answer format. Enthusiastically recommended for public library collections." Midwest Book Review said.
"A very informative book which I will use in high school counseling groups.
I liked the plain language used by the author and the clear explanations that were provided." wordgirl said.
"I would recommend all Judge Jacobs books. I have used them all in my high school law classes. (Please note that the What Are My Rights? text is up to a third edition as of 2011.)" Mama Homeschooler said.