4-H TEEN COURT AND AT-RISK YOUTH DEVELOPMENT

Length of service:
1 to 3 months
The 4-H Teen Court and At-Risk Youth Development Program will provide a sentencing alternative for juveniles ages 6 to17 years old, first offenders whose referring behavior constitutes a violation of the law or misdemeanor, are actively enrolled in an educational program and are deemed appropriate referrals for a Teen Court program. Cases will be heard by fellow teens serving as the jury, attorneys, clerk and bailiff during Teen Court under the supervision of licensed attorneys and the 4-H Teen

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Minimum Age Served:
6
Maximum Age Served:
17
Target Gender:
All

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