All Servite, Rosary and Connelly students, are invited to participate in the upcoming Fall Peer Court Session. This is a great opportunity for students to learn about the judicial process and have the ability to interact with a sitting judge, attorney's, probation officers and juvenile offenders. Every student that participates will receive three service hours from the Constitutional Rights Foundation. For more details, check on the information below. Parents are also welcome to come and observe.
Peer Court is a unique, juvenile crime diversion program that offers both a second chance to first-time juvenile offenders who have committed non-violent misdemeanors and a valuable educational experience to all high school students in Orange County. At each session, a sitting judge presides, attorneys advise, and high school students designated as "jurors" assess the cases presented and assign appropriate sanctions.
For more information or to sign up visit: servitehs.org/peercourt