What are the Benefits of Peer Court?
Youth offenders receive positive, individualized support; youth are given a chance to explain their situation to other teens; and when the sentence is successfully completed and no other offenses are committed within one year of the disposition, the youth's criminal record can be expunged or destroyed. However, in the case of MIP Alcohol, Possession of a Controlled Substance and Reckless Burning, the youth is not eligble to apply for expunction until their eighteenth birthday.

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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?