Teen Court Application. Volunteers are encouraged to apply at any time but must have their application approved by the coordinator before coming to Teen Court.
The following are requirements for youths who wish to select the Teen Court program as the alternative for handling their tickets. 10 to 13YearOlds
Kentucky Court of Justice The Judicial Branch of State Government for the Commonwealth of Kentucky A unified court system
Since the establishment of this first teen court program, The program provides grants to new teen courts throughout the state through a competitive grant
Teen Court eligibility: Must be under the age of 18 or enrolled in high school or GED classes. Must appear before a Municipal Court Judge with a parent, legal guardian or proof of marriage and enter a plea of guilty or no contest and ask the Judge for referral to
FACT SHEET February 2016 Youth court is a diversion program and an alternative approach to the traditional Teen Court puts an end to
Teen Court is a diversion program offered to first time juvenile offenders in which they admit to their involvement in the offense and agree to have their case heard before a peer jury of Teen Court student volunteers in a court setting.
Therapy Dog Program; Teen Court Programs. Each county within the Fifth Circuit has its own Teen Court program. To participate in the program,
Teen CourtsA Juvenile Justice Diversion Program Knowledge& Information Services Madelynn M. Herman The Odessa Teen Court program in Odessa, Texas, appears
Teen court is a volunteer program that allows juvenile Class C misdemeanor offenders to pay for their citation by completing community service hours. Defendants' cases are presented to a jury of their peers. Volunteer teen attorneys will represent the defendant.
Manatee County's Teen CourtTeen Court Too is a diversionary program designed to stop youthful delinquent behavior before a pattern is established.
Teen court (sometimes called youth court or peer court) Youth volunteers may be eligible for school or community service credits through their schools,
Teen Court is a diversion program for firsttime misdemeanor offenders which capitalizes on the positive effects of peer pressure. Except for the judge, all
Teen Court is a nationally acclaimed program designed to divert less serious cases away from the more formal juvenile court. Teen Court is based on the premise that