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What is Teen Court? Teen Court is an alternative program to the court system, allowing first-time juvenile offenders between the ages of 12 and 17 to be tried by their peers for misdemeanor offenses. Student volunteers take the roles of attorneys, clerks and jurors. Local attorneys volunteer their time and serve as Teen Court judges.
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Teen Court Program History The Teen Court program was started in Durham in by then, Assistant District Attorney Marcia Morey as an alternative system of justice for middle school and high school students who are first time misdemeanor offenders. The program holds young people accountable for their crimes, and offenders are sentenced by a jury of their peers. The program also educates young people, offenders and volunteers in the workings of the court system. Youth volunteers have the opportunity to serve as attorneys, clerks, bailiffs and jurors.
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Goals Provide a program offering youth valuable education and hands on experience in the legal and judicial system. Provide meaningful and constructive alternatives to the formal court process of juvenile offenders. Reduce the number of youths in juvenile court by intervening early and interrupting developing patterns of criminal behavior.
Who are his friends? Why are his grades low? What kinds of sports does he play? And most importantly — why did he inappropriately interact with a classmate, the action that brought him to court. It was not a prosecutor or defense attorney posing the questions, but students from Roosevelt High School in Boyle Heights.