||Decides whether formal or informal intervention with the juvenile offender will be taken.
||An informal hearing between the Family Court intake caseworker, juvenile offender and parent(s).
||Meeting between lawyers to see if the case can be settled without going to trial or to see if all parties are ready for trial.
||The trial of the juvenile offender.
||A hearing at which the court decides placement, counseling or other remedial actions to be taken with the juvenile offender.
||A legal order which requires a person to appear in Court to testify as a witness.
||Court hearings to answer legal questions.
||A delay asked for by the judge or either side. The judge must agree to the delay.
||A sentence that places the juvenile offender under the close supervision of a probation officer.
||An amount of money set by the Court to be paid to the victim of a crime for property losses or injuries caused by the crime.