Senate 's Church Committee. From its opening in until , the court was housed on the sixth floor of the Robert F. Kennedy Department of Justice Building. In , a top-secret order issued by the court, which was later leaked to the media from documents culled by Edward Snowden , required a subsidiary of Verizon to provide a daily, on-going feed of all call detail records — including those for domestic calls — to the NSA. Each application for one of these surveillance warrants called a FISA warrant is made before an individual judge of the court.
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A teen court sometimes called youth court or peer court is a problem-solving court within the juvenile justice system where teens charged with certain types of offenses can be sentenced by a jury of same-aged peers. Depending on their training, community support, and agreements with traditional court systems, most teen or youth courts are recognized as valid, legal venues for the process of hearing cases , sentencing and sentence fulfillment. Teen courts and their verdicts are not authorized by public law. Teen courts are staffed by youth volunteers who serve in various capacities within the program, trained and acting in the roles of jurors , lawyers , bailiffs , and clerks.
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The project assessed the impact of teen courts or youth courts on juveniles accused of misdemeanors and generally non-violent offenses. Juveniles handled in teen court were compared with those handled in the traditional juvenile justice system. Researchers measured the extent to which teen court outcomes differed from outcomes for similar offenders handled under normal procedures, including the dismissal of charges or informal adjustment.
A shy, lanky teenager who disappears under the brim of his baseball hat, Ethan Johnson, 15, isn't the kind of guy who gets in trouble. Johnson, who is identified by pseudonym because he is a juvenile, was charged with a Class A misdemeanor. But a caseworker in the Tippecanoe County Juvenile Probation Department offered him a choice: Instead of going to formal court for sentencing, he could participate in a program called teen court. Held in a small room dominated by an imposing wood desk in the Tippecanoe County Courthouse, teen court is a lot like any other hearing — there are jurors, lawyers and defendants.