The Teen Court Program of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit provides meaningful and constructive alternatives to the formal prosecution of young offenders who have accepted responsibility for their offense s. This diversion program provides specific and immediate sanctions and services to youth. Middle and high school student volunteers will litigate actual cases with defendants by participating in the roles of a juror, defense attorneys and prosecution attorneys. Any middle or high school student ages 13 — 18 years old may volunteer. There is no formal application process or required training sessions. All students will participate in brief orientations each Teen Court evening.
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