Juvenile defendants are fixed a smorgasbord of sentencing options. Some are standard (but the teen body decides on the quantity), and others are creative and specific to each juvenile defendant. The standard requirements for each player include: 1-4 committee session at Teen Court, 3-12 Community Service hours, and 75-150 gathering state Points (which are attained by doing positive activities in the community, school, and/or home).
The Hurst - Euless - Bedford (HEB) Teen Court is a divagation system which allows juveniles (Class C misdemeanor offenders) an alternative to the criminal natural virtue system. Upon self-made pass completion of the program, offenders' cases are unemployed and do not appear on their record. HEB teenage courtyard is provided by the cities of Hurst, Euless, and Bedford.
TeenCourt | City of Abilene
Anyone not following the full-dress code intent not be allowed to come in the courtroom and if you are a associate or military volunteer you module not receive credit. If you have any questions regarding permissible dress encode call the Teen room arranger antecedent to appearing in Court. NO living thing PHONES ALLOWED (b) The teen playing area program must be approved by the court.