Youth Jury Members:
Impartial jury members are charged with the responsibility of determining the sanctions for each respondents' offensive behavior. We encourage schools and groups to utilize youth court as a classroom or extra credit assignment or as an opportunity for young people to earn community service hours.
If you are between the ages of 12 and 18 and would like to serve on the youth court jury, please e-mail email@example.com
Youth Court volunteers are high school students who have a desire to learn more about the legal system and contribute to reducing delinquent behavior in their community.Volunteers must complete a 15 hour training and demonstrate a sense of commitment, dedication, and maturity.
Volunteers are eligible for community service hours, internship credit, and scholarships based on their level of dedication.
If you are interested in going through training to be a youth court volunteer and are a freshman, sophmore or junior in high school, please e-mail
Most of our judges are community attorneys, retired judges, or elected officials. Some of our judges over the last seven years have included: Representative Stephen Canessa, Retired Judge Jack Markey, Chief John Sousa, Chief Ronald Teachman, Dean Robert Ward...and the list goes on. If you would like to be added to the list of volunteer please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Take a look at this short video taken from a previous court session.
Please note that all court sessions are private and NOT open to the public.