What happens at juvenile court?
At juvenile court, you first meet with your lawyer, and then go into the courtroom with your lawyer, who will help you.

It is important to arrive at court at least half an hour before your court hearing. This way, you will have enough time to talk to your lawyer. Your lawyer will need to explain things to you and answer your questions.

Then, in the courtroom, the judge will decide what will happen to you. It is important to make a good impression on the judge. It is important to be polite and to wear appropriate clothing.

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