Class 1 violations will require hours of community service and service of one jury term. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday or Friday. Also, the defendant does not have to pay the fine or court costs, and moving violations will not affect their insurance rate. Typical crimes referred to Teen Court include alcohol and drug offenses, petty theft, burglary, assault, driving offenses, curfew violations, trespassing, graffiti and vandalism. Bi-lingual case managers are available to serve our clients and their parents. Training is conducted by Teen Court staff members who will teach you the steps to becoming a Teen Court attorney.
We have opportunities for teens and adults to assist case managers in a volunteer or intern capacity with court and office responsibilities.
Fourteen- through year-olds and others still enrolled in high school will have their cases heard before a jury of their peers. As a defendant As a volunteer Adults Teens Opportunities for Current Volunteers If you have received a ticket and are interested in enrolling in teen court to get your ticket dismissed: Training sessions are held three times a year - on a Saturday in January, May and September. You must have an ability to communicate with your peers and work in a group setting, and be able to maintain confidentiality of all cases. Special Requirements You must be dependable.