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Teen Court continues to impact young lives

Barton County continues to find ways to help youth offenders to get back on the straight and narrow, including through the use of peer programs.
Juvenile Services Director Laurie White reported to the Barton County Commission on one such program this week.
She explained that Teen Court continues to serve the county.
“The 20th Judicial District Teen Court program continues to provide first-time misdemeanor offenders the benefit and the reality of being sentenced by a jury of their peers. It offers those who decide to volunteer as jurors the experience of a court room, the opportunity to serve their community ...


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