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We empower youth ages with skills, resources, and opportunities to be accountable for their harms and to positively contribute to their communities, schools, and peer groups. Teen Court accomplishes these goals through peer accountability, educational opportunities, youth leadership training, Brief Interventions for Substance Using Adolescents program, and a youth court where teen volunteers hear real juvenile criminal cases and determine a restorative sentence that Teen Court monitors. It is a real court that is run entirely by teen volunteers. We organize around youth empowerment and restorative justice. In Jury Councils there are no student attorneys or judges, just a jury of peers.
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Teen Court defendants are allowed one or two successful diversion cases prior to their case being referred to the Teen Court, if applicable. Cases with restitution owing will be accepted upon approval of the victim and the State Attorney. The Teen Court Director will be responsible for preparing the "Order of Restitution" following the imposition of the Teen Court sanctions. Victims of crimes must be in agreement with Teen Court diversion or the case will not be eligible for Teen Court.
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Traffic The juries in Teen Court are made up of trained high school volunteers, along with defendants who have previously been required to serve jury duty as a part of their sentence. All volunteers are trained by members of the local Bar association and court personnel. In contrast to other courts, Teen Court mandates that all defendants serve as jurors from Two to Twelve evenings at future Teen Court cases.
Who are his friends? Why are his grades low? What kinds of sports does he play? And most importantly — why did he inappropriately interact with a classmate, the action that brought him to court. It was not a prosecutor or defense attorney posing the questions, but students from Roosevelt High School in Boyle Heights.