During the amnesty period, tax delinquents
can settle in full or in installments minus interests, surcharges, and penalties.
The FTB's newest list of the top 500 delinquent
taxpayers includes individuals and businesses that collectively owe the state more than $505 million in income tax.
If the delinquents
really are the way they are perceived, then the proposed policies should work when put into practice.
The city government has been sending notices to each of the 89,000 delinquent
property owners since January after Mayor Joseph Estrada signed Ordinance 8516.
The literature also suggests that delinquents
scored low on EI scale as compared to non delinquents
or (Angela, 2009; Diane, Dana, Louis and Sidney, 2006; Petridesa, and Frederickson, 2002; Wong and Ang, 2007).
Labeling theory states that once young people have been labeled as criminal they are more likely to offend, this is especially true for juvenile delinquents
who keep landing again and again in jails.
Taylor, Iacono, and McGue (2000) found both cognitive and behavioral impulsivity was greater in delinquents
with an onset earlier than 11 years old than in late onset delinquents
(onset 12 or later) or nondelinquent controls.
Gross and Hubble (1998) described a field study in which the discrepancy between verbal and nonverbal skills among 150 male delinquents
'Many human rights are abused in Colombia,' says Hernandez, 'but the one that is more abused than any other is the right to live.' He works not only with gang members informing them about their rights, but also with police officers, 'The police are ignorant of what they can and can't do in their profession; they ask me: "Why do you defend delinquents
and not us?"' They assume youngsters are delinquents
just by the way they dress; and they feel they can bully them.
The number of credit delinquents
declined for the second consecutive month in September, indicating that personal debt rescheduling activity has been progressing smoothly.
The number of child delinquents
entering the juvenile justice system is increasing, as evidenced by rising arrest rates and court caseloads.
Among boys, convicted delinquents
were almost twice as likely to have higher bone lead concentrations, Needleman reports, and four times as likely after adjusting for confounding factors.