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Youth Court

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Nonprofit organization that provides training and technical assistance and serves as an information clearinghouse to youth court programs in the United States.

Virginia Department of Juvenile Justice - Official Site

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welcome to the virginia department of juvenile justice what’s new at djj.

Youth Court | Center for Court Innovation

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How It Works. Teen jurors deliberate after a hearing Each youth court varies in response to the needs and resources of its community, but typically youth courts ...

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Ashburn, VA: tribute to Mill Run Elementary School Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE) graduates, ... National Youth Court Month: observance, E1637 [6SE]

Criminal courts - GOV.UK

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3. Youth courts. A youth court is a special type of magistrates’ court for people aged between 10 and 17. A youth court has either: 3 magistrates

Special Feature: Youth/Teen Court Diversion Programs

https://www.ncjrs.gov/youthcourts

The National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS) is a federally funded resource offering justice, substance abuse, and victim assistance information to support ...

Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court - Fairfax ...

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Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court ... Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court 4110 Chain Bridge Road Fairfax, VA 22030 703-246-3367 (V) 711 (TTY)

Teen court - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Teen courts are problem-solving courts in many states in America and in some countries. The terms teen court, youth court, and peer court are used interchangeably.