Does teen court work
Staff determines the most appropriate and effective means of helping the teen and provides the teen with information about the process, and what to expect. As part of the assessment, a drug test is administered. The judge in Teen Court is an adult from the law community, a lawyer, judge, or law enforcement officer. The jury in Teen Court consists of juveniles, both former defendants and teen volunteers from the community. One or more Teen Attorneys interview the defendant and act as the defense attorneys in the proceeding.
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Teen Court Program
Sarasota Teen Court - PROCESS
Restorative justice is a system of criminal justice that focuses on the rehabilitation of offenders through reconciliation with victims and the community at large. In Adams County, that now comes in the form of the teen court and the diversion program. Both programs are for first-time offenders, but they began with different goals. Katie Wilson, program director for Adams County Teen Court and Diversion Services, said teen court was designed with the restorative justice model when it began operating three years ago. It also gives youth a chance to volunteer with groups that interest them so they make a positive impact in the community while improving themselves. Teen court and diversion services provide a voluntary alternative to having a misdemeanor charge be filed in the juvenile court system. Offenses can include minor in possession of alcohol, marijuana possession, theft, criminal mischief and assault.
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A juvenile justice diversion program for early teen offenders where youth, accompanied by their parents, go in front of an adult judge and a jury of teen peers, who create unique and restorative sentences, rather than the traditional juvenile justice or school disciplinary process. Typical crimes referred to Teen Court include alcohol and drug offenses, petty theft, burglary, assault, driving offenses, curfew violations, trespassing, graffiti and vandalism. The youth must take responsibility for their offense before attending their peer review hearing and agree to accept the sentence provided by the jury. There is a fee for all services and a sliding fee scale is available upon request. No client will be turned away due to inability to pay for services.
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