Teen Court Teenager - Juror
Teen jurors listen to the cases presented by the teen attorneys and/or testimony from the teen defendant. They will deliberate on the case by answering thought provoking questions about the case and work together to decide, unanimously, on an appropriate sentence following the Court's Discipline Grid. One teen juror will be selected as the jury foreman to read the verdict of the jury in court. Teen jurors may deliberate on 1 to 4 cases, depending on the case load of that courtroom.
Teen Jurors must be students ages 14 to 18 in a secondary school.
This activity generally occurs on
- Tuesday Evening