Teen court process back
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Authority to establish teen court Procedure for participation Determining factors for participation Authority of teen court. In a jurisdiction in which there are multiple juvenile court judges, each judge may establish a teen court program. In any jurisdiction in which a teen court program is established, a teen charged with an offense specified under this chapter may receive a deferred judgment, a condition of which is successful completion of the teen court program. As a part of such program, the teen shall receive a disposition recommended by a five-member teen court and confirmed by the juvenile court judge.
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Teen Court is back, members sought
Teen Court | Prince George's County, MD
As a general rule, the juvenile court has jurisdiction over offenses committed by a child, defined as being a person under the age of eighteen at the time of the offense. Traffic misdemeanors and petty offenses are not brought into juvenile court but remain in adult court in the Magistrate Division. Offenses that would be criminal if committed by an adult are delinquencies if committed by a person between ten and eighteen. Additionally, a juvenile may be brought into court charged as a child in need of supervision CHINS for behavior which is not criminal but violates laws applying only to juveniles. If a criminal offense is committed by a person under the age of ten, that child can be brought into court as a CHINS. The JDC determines whether to release the juvenile to a parent or hold for a temporary custody hearing.
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Vermillion brings back Teen Court
Youth court is under the supervision of a judge and also includes youth defendants and volunteers who play a variety of roles in the judicial process, such as district attorney, public defender, bailiff or juror. Youth court is youth-focused and youth-driven. The youth court model provides youth the opportunity to acquire practical experience in the juvenile justice system. Youth gain a better understanding of their rights, justice and the law, and are empowered to make better decisions in their daily lives.
One day after school last December, year-old Michael took the stand in a Brooklyn courtroom. His name has been changed since he is a minor. He had walked in with a scowl, but now looked like he was about to cry.