The Juvenile Arbitration Program is a diversion program for first time juvenile misdemeanor offenders. Juveniles who enter the program and successfully complete it will earn a dismissal of their charge from the referring agency. The juvenile defendant is issued a follow-up hearing date approximately weeks following the initial hearing. The juvenile must have all sanctions completed by that date.
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What is Youth Court? School Police administrators and personnel observed an increase of adolescents in Palm Beach County entering the criminal justice system as juvenile offenders. Prior to , several law enforcement agencies in Palm Beach County to include School Police offered, and continue to offer, the Juvenile First Offender Program to youths accused of a first time only misdemeanor crime. The offending juvenile must admit guilt to the delinquent act. Since , several hundred Juvenile First Offender Program cases have been referred to Youth Court to obtain sanctions. The juvenile has already admitted guilt for the delinquent act, so Youth Court holds a trial in an actual courtroom that functions as a sentencing hearing to impose sanctions.
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How does a Teen Court Work? Upon successful completion of the program charges against the defendant are dismissed. In addition to the obvious benefit of interrupting a developing pattern of inappropriate behavior, the Teen Court program helps to reinforce self-esteem, provide motivation for self-improvement and promote a healthy attitude toward authority. Teen Court is also designed to educate youth about the judicial process.
Youth court is under the supervision of a judge and also includes youth defendants and volunteers who play a variety of roles in the judicial process, such as district attorney, public defender, bailiff or juror. Youth court is youth-focused and youth-driven. The youth court model provides youth the opportunity to acquire practical experience in the juvenile justice system. Youth gain a better understanding of their rights, justice and the law, and are empowered to make better decisions in their daily lives. While all youth courts are not exactly alike, most youth courts accept first time, non-violent offenders into the program.