Peer Jury helps teens avoid criminal record
(MCT) — A nervous teenage girl stands in the center of a room, her hands either clasped tightly behind her back or fidgeting with her pants, as she answers questions from other teens about why she broke the law.
It's uncomfortable. It's embarrassing. And some officials say it's much better than sending an offender through the juvenile court system for minor offenses.
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