This is the first question in a series on Ben SU"M.
Let me recap on this Mitzvah (Rambam Mamrim 7):
- A 13 to 13 and 3 months old boy that disobeys his father and mother in a very specific way of
- Stealing his dad's money, buying a large amount of meat and wine with it and consuming it in "half-done" in a company of bad guys.
- The parents take the kid to a 3-judges court first and have the boy beaten.
- The boy continues and it escalates quickly to the court of 23, which gets him stoned.
All the Meforshim explain how bad this behavior is, so bad all Israel has to see him executed and take notes.
Usually, for every capital sin (think Shabbos), we have tons of deRabanan rulings that prevent others to get close to transgressing. However, there are no deRabanan regulations here whatsoever to potentially prevent this situation.
Measures to prevent disobeying parents before age of 13.
Special measures for a child that steals money from his parents.
Prohibition to eat meat half-done.
Prohibition of hanging out with bad friends.
Why there's no D"R regulation and even no mentioning that "שמא יבוא לידי בן סו"מ"?