Lake Havasu High School Youth Court receives $3700 from Radio Central

Pictured Left to Right: Bill Young, Advisor to LHHS Youth Court, Logan Johnson; President of LHHS Youth Court, and Traceye Jones; General Manager Radio Central


Lake Havasu High School Youth Court receives $3700 from Radio Central.  These monies were raised from the Great Race Fundraiser in cooperation with Radio Central.  LHHS Youth Court actively raises money throughout the year to help with costs for regional, state, national competitions and the cost of club activity.  LHHS Youth Court is a club with Lake Havasu High School in conjunction with Mohave County Probation.

The idea for Teen Court originated in Odessa, Texas in 1972 when a judge decided to implement a program to try and reach first-time offenders of misdemeanor offenses. The program proved to be successful and began spreading throughout the United States based on the Texas model.

To be eligible for Teen Court, the juvenile must be between the ages of 14-17. Each teen must admit guilt to the offense for which they have been charged. They must also be willing to complete the consequences assigned by the jury. All participants in the courtroom are teens except for the judge. Teen Court works because teens are judging other teens.  With Teen Court, positive peer pressure is the underlying motivational factor.

The most common offenses referred to Teen Court are: shoplifting, criminal trespass, theft, possession of drug paraphernalia, disorderly conduct, minor consumption of alcohol.

Consequences imposed by Teen Court include: Community Restitution Service, essays, counseling, jury duty, Life Skills, classes, monetary fines, apology letters, tours of detention, education programs such as “Stoplifting” and “Marijuana 101″.

In 2012, 62 youth participated in our local Teen Court in Lake Havasu City.

Teen Court is held twice a month in the evenings and is coordinated by Bill Young in Lake Havasu City. For more information, you may contact Tara Newman, Deputy Probation Officer Senior of Mohave County Probation Department.


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