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At one point it had eight sites, said Mirtha Hernandez, a judicial secretary who acts as Teen Court coordinator. After defendants complete the punishments ordered, they return to court to serve as jurors. Despite that success, organizers say they've had trouble finding enough volunteers. Sucely Manrique, a juror and senior at Wilson High, explained why it works. George was one case on a recent docket of Los Angeles Teen Court, a decade-old experiment in juvenile justice in which willing teenagers submit themselves to a verdict of their peers.
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Record Number Of Teens Take Part In Teen Court
CBS4 — In Centennial, teenagers are getting firsthand experience when it comes to the legal system. The teens not only question the juvenile, but also their parents. There are no attorneys. In Teen Court, young Md. In this case, the defendant was ordered to write an essay about the incident, but was also ordered to come back and serve as a judge for a future case.
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Judge robin shearer explains the benefits of teen courts
But the six teenage jurors who had deliberated for 20 minutes in a classroom at Woodrow Wilson High School weren't finished with the young graffiti vandal. Besides diverting first-time offenders from the criminal judicial system, Teen Court gives inquisitive high school students the chance to learn about law and to rub elbows with legal professionals. By Dick Uliano May 25, County allows youths to submit misdemeanor cases to a jury of their peers.
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