In the teen court office
The juries in Teen Court are made up of trained high school volunteers, along to the State Attorney's Office for trial in Juvenile Court before a Circuit Judge.
A letter is sent to the parents of the offender informing them of an appointment for them to attend with their child in the Teen Court Office. This interview lasts.
Teen Court and the Clerk's Office will not be responsible for lost or damaged personal items. Cell phones must be turned off and out of sight at all times while in.
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Description:Teen court allows youth ages 10 - 17 who commit first time minor offenses to have a hearing with teens acting as the jury, bailiff, case presenter, and youth advocate. The teen jury determines the sentence. The defendant swears to tell the truth. Teen Court Teen Court provides a positive, locally managed alternative to the traditional juvenile system. MDEAT has provided the required training for administration, instructional staff and students implementing the program in the following schools They modified the program to help my child. When the second jury leaves the courtroom to deliberate, the first jury returns to render its decision.