Idaho Youth Court Services Page. Most membership efforts are covered by the JCBA staff, but sometime require committee members to write letters, make phone calls, etc. Once again, we should all be grateful to this group of young leaders, and confident, that the future of the MCBA will be in very capable hands. These training sessions are attended by interested teens and are conducted by the Coordinator and various volunteers from the bench and local bar association. Follow-up hearings are held in six to eight weeks to determine if the offender has met the requirements for avoiding a juvenile record.
These sanctions include a minimum of 50 community service hours and mandatory weekly phone contact. They then serve as bailiff, court clerk, jurors, prosecutors and defense attorneys at hearings, presided over by volunteers from the offices of the State Attorney and Public Defender. The mission of Teen Court is to deter risky behavior and hold offenders accountable for their actions. I have known Judge Nagle since he was a deputy sheriff. Most membership efforts are covered by the JCBA staff, but sometime require committee members to write letters, make phone calls, etc.
The program started more than 25 years ago. His skill, patience, and integrity have served the people of Wake County well. Prior to my election as district court judge in , I served as an assistant district attorney with the 10th judicial district Wake County. This committee also assists the Executive Director with annual ad sales for the publication. This committee is a standing committee that handles any issues arriving regarding assumption of practices, etc. Teen Court is a "second chance" for those youths who have made a poor choice s and have little or no previous criminal history. Teen court is staffed by teenagers, adult volunteers, and previous defendants.