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Request Information Welcome to Teen Court! This website will help you find all the information you need about Teen Court. Currently, our program is running in Brooke County, West Virginia. We would love to expand into Hancock County, West Virginia someday. Teen Court is A program run by youth for youth.
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A judge is usually permanently assigned to these two Courts. The juvenile justice system is different from the criminal justice system. Each state has special courts -- usually called juvenile courts -- to deal with minors who have been accused of violating a criminal statute. The proceedings are civil as opposed to criminal. So, instead of being formally charged with a crime, juvenile offenders are accused of committing a delinquent act. A juvenile case gets started when a prosecutor or probation officer files a civil petition, charging the juvenile with violating a criminal statute and asking that the court determine that the juvenile is delinquent. If the charges are proved and a delinquency determination is made, the juvenile offender comes under the courts broad powers.
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E-Notify What is Teen Court? After hearing all of the evidence presented, the panel of Teen Court Jurors will deliberate and then determine the appropriate sentencing. There are guidelines set by the Municipal Court Judge to follow for sentencing that will always consist of community service and Teen Court Jury Service.
Youth Services Juvenile Program Youth Services consists of a team of Juvenile Case Managers and Associate Case Managers that provide sentencing recommendations, assessment, referral, and educational sessions to youth between the ages of who are charged with a Class C Misdemeanor Offense. The goal of the program is to hold youth accountable for their actions and reduce the likelihood of future interaction with the criminal justice system. Youth Services works with community organizations in Austin to provide referral services that are specific to the needs of a juvenile and their family. We also partner with agencies that provide suitable settings for juveniles to perform court ordered community service.