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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. The New York Police Department takes turnstile jumping very seriously. More than 37, people received incarceration time for fare evasion from to the first half of , according to state data ; 1, of them were minors.
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Teen Court | Plano, TX
The offending minor arrived alongside his mother and a translator. He stood accused of brandishing a pocket knife in a high school gymnasium after getting in a fight with another student. Through the translator, he gave his account of the events leading up to his arrest. He wasn't delivering his testimony to a traditional audience, though. He was making his case to 35 students at Fairfax High School — 12 of whom served as jurors, responsible for determining his guilt or innocence and handing down a sentence. This was youth court , an increasingly popular alternative to the juvenile court system where teens run the show. In , there were less than a teen courts in the country.
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Indiana Teen Court
Skip to Main Content. We are a restorative justice program. This means we are not trying to punish the defendant. Instead, we increase their awareness of the consequences and effects of their actions; assign consequences to ensure they won't repeat this offense; and restore what was taken from the victim as well as the community. The Teen Court experience works because cases are heard before a "jury of their peers".
Teen court is a volunteer program that allows juvenile Class C misdemeanor offenders to pay for their citation by completing community service hours. Defendants' cases are presented to a jury of their peers. Volunteer teen attorneys will represent the defendant. Teen jurors assign community service hours according to the discipline grid. Upon successful completion, the case is dismissed.