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In the YWCA Teen Court Program, juvenile first time offenders are given a chance to turn their lives around and avoid a future criminal record. The program conducts court every other week for approximately ten months per year at the Forsyth County Courthouse and is designed to lessen the load on the juvenile court system, give practical legal experience to students who are interested in law and help young offenders get back on the right track. Youth volunteers from Forsyth County Schools devote their time and effort to help the Teen Court Program accomplish it's goals by serving as attorneys, bailiffs, and clerks of court. Youth first time offenders are referred to the program by the arresting officer or school resource officer.
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Montgomery St. Click to watch this video about Teen Court on YouTube. Scroll to the bottom of this page for a menu of downloads all PDF format. Teen Court is a youth development project that invests youth in citizenship. Youth volunteers act as jurors, bailiffs, clerks, defense and prosecuting attorneys, and determine the sentence for juvenile offenders referred by police, school SRO's, retail stores, and school officials. Sentences require community service, restitution, apologies or other learning opportunities.
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Cattaraugus County Youth Court serves as a voluntary alternative to the Juvenile Justice System for youth who are first-time, non-violent offenders. There are two sites in the County Program for community-based hearings. The site in Machias handles hearings for the northern half of Cattaraugus County, while hearings for residents in the southern part of the Cattaraugus County are held in Little Valley.
Olathe Youth Court is an alternative to District Court for first time offenders of minor offenses such as battery, criminal trespass, criminal damage to property, disorderly conduct, telephone harrassment, and theft. Olathe Youth Court is voluntary, and student defendants who complete all Olathe Youth Court requirements have no formal criminal record. Olathe students serve as judges, jurors, attorneys, clerks, and bailiffs in Olathe Youth Court. The majority of cases in youth court are guilty pleas where participants determine appropriate sanctions for the defendant. However, Olathe Youth Court is one of the few youth courts in the nation that allow a not guilty plea where participants determine the guilt or innocence of the defendant.