Justification Report Plan

 Justification Report Plan Report Plan
I will be writing a report plan to the Palm Beach County School Board in order to justify crime prevention programs (Youth Court) for Palm Beach County. The audience would consist of the school board members for this county. They have the authorization to decide and make necessary decisions. The district board is comprised of seven individuals.
The topic of the report is to implement a court of student peers who act as attorneys and jurors for real juvenile criminal cases. The format for Youth Court is a very impressive experience. Ultimately this is a First Time Offender Program.
The purpose of this report is to convince the board members that the program benefits the youth and will give them another chance after their first time offense. The youthful offenders have already admitted guilt in order to participate in the program, so he or she and his or her parent(s) meet with their "attorneys" prior to the hearing to discuss the case. The attorneys are generally high school debate students, professionally dressed in suits or jacket and tie. This will provide the students with real learning experience should they want study law and gives the guilty juvenile a second chance.
I would advise them the structure of this program. The judge sits on the bench and is typically a prominent attorney or member of the Adult Felony Division who volunteers time to support the project. The jury is made up of a combination of students serving jury obligations and student community service volunteers. They are sworn in before the proceedings begin. The offender is placed on the witness stand, with a microphone, and is asked questions by both the prosecution and the defense. Each side recommends a punishment and the jury leaves to deliberate a verdict. During that time, members of the legal community critique the student attorneys to teach them how to conduct themselves in a court of law. After the judge reads the verdict, he or she may add additional requirements such as a tour of the jail, a tour of the morgue, professional counseling, or attendance at AA meetings. A typical punishment might be 30 to 50 hours of community service, 3 to 5 jury duties, letters of apology to the parents and to the parties involved, and restitution where appropriate.
Not only does Youth Court benefit the offender, it also benefits the students who act as the prosecution and defense.
I would consult with the state attorneys and adult felony division. I would interview defense and state attorneys to gather their opinions, their knowledge and opinions would help me build a stronger case to provide to the board.

Justification Report Plan 9.1 of 10 on the basis of 3565 Review.