What are the types of Cases & Consequences of Peer Court?
Youth Peer Court reviews offenses that are referred through municipal court. Typical cases that are heard in peer court include MIP Alcohol, Possession of Less Than an Ounce Marijuana, Shoplifting (Theft II & III), Trespassing, Criminal Mischief, MIP Tobacco, Curfew, Driving w/out a license and Reckless Burning. Sentencing may include some combination of the following: drug/alcohol assessment, monetary fee, community service, jury duty, prison tour, diversion workshop, essay, apology & more. The sanctions offer the youth an opportunity to "fix" the situation while learning how to make a positive behavioral choices for their future.

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1. What is Youth Peer Court?
2. Who is Eligible for Peer Court?
3. What is the Peer Court Process?
4. What are the Benefits of Peer Court?
5. What are the types of Cases & Consequences of Peer Court?
6. What is the Protocol for Peer Court?
7. What are the Peer Court Room Roles?