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The past two decades have seen the rise of a new alternative in juvenile justice. American Youth Policy Forum. Westview Animal Hospital Hospital. Finally, volunteer jurors become involved in a real part of the justice system, providing them valuable experience in debate, public speaking, and the law. After questioning is complete, the jury deliberates in private to decide what sanctions the youth offender should be given sanctions can include community service, coming back as a Teen Court juror, anger management classes, counseling, etc. By performing service as a means of restitution, respondents give back to their local community and are brought closer to people who are a part of it. Rich choice Clothes shop.
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Teen Court Metes Out Restorative Justice
The Multijurisdictional Teen Court Evaluation. Thank you for visiting the Maryland Teen Court Association. The Outcome Based on the philosophy that a young law violator does not continue to be an offender when a jury of peers decides punishment, these diversion programs teach responsibility while restoring a sense of safety in the community. Please take some time to learn about this epidemic right here in Maryland. Our Mission To provide first time misdemeanor youth offenders an opportunity to restore relationships within their communities and provide them the resources to improve future decision making. How do youth come to Teen Court.
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Overall, the study found that Maryland Teen Court Programs offer a positive alternative to traditional juvenile processing with lower recidivism rates. Harford Cable Network. At a Teen Court hearing, a jury of other teens made up of volunteers and former juvenile respondents questions the juvenile offender, both to understand the incident and to determine whether the respondent is likely to re-offend. The results in Maryland and Arizona were not statistically significant, in part because of small sample sizes, recidivism tracking processes, and other factors. At the initial meeting with the local Teen Court Coordinator, the youth explains the incident and the coordinator determines whether the youth is eligible for a Teen Court hearing. Promoting Justice for Maryland Youth.
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