Teen court process begins
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What do I need to do in order to begin volunteering with Teen Court? You can begin volunteering right away! Simply fill out and submit a Student Volunteer Application and come down to the courthouse on scheduled Peer Panel Tuesdays. You are also more than welcome to observe a few Peer Panels before you begin volunteering. Do I need to complete any training before I can start volunteering with Teen Court?
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Searching Iredell County Teen Court The purpose and intent of the program is to involve young people in taking responsibility for their actions, and to give the community an active role in dealing with juvenile offenders in the hopes of reducing recidivism rates of youth in the county. It is a court where youth who are responsible for an action are tried for mostly misdemeanor offenses and where they admit responsibility for their actions. Local Attorneys and other community leaders volunteer and serve as Teen Court Judges. Teen Court empowers youth to work on ways to reduce crime and violence in their schools and communities.
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City of Douglas forms teen court
Volunteer Jurors will earn 2 hours of community service each Tuesday. When selected to be on a jury, it is important to maintain proper courtroom decorum because you are now one of the most important people in the Teen Court process. When the hearing is about to begin, the judge will "swear you in" and tell you to listen to the facts that you are about to hear. You are to base your decision on the evidence you hear as the teen prosecution and defense attorneys question the defendant. These cases are a serious matter and should be carefully decided.
Teen Court Teen Court, What is it? Teen Court is a diversion program designed for youth offenders, age , who have no prior criminal record, and are still enrolled in school. Youth make restitution for their offense through community service, jury duty, and educational assignments. Participation in the program is voluntary and based on the understanding that the defendant must admit guilt. The program is designed to inform youth offenders about the court system, and to allow them to explain their involvement in the offense to a group of their peers in a court setting.