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HEB Teen Court

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The City of Hurst is a partner in the Hurst-Euless-Bedford teen court program. Teen court is held at the City of Bedford, 2000 Forest Ridge Drive. They may be reached by calling 817-952-2468.

What is teen court?

Teen Court is a diversion program which allows juveniles (Class C misdemeanor offenders) an alternative to the criminal justice system. Upon successful completion of the program, offenders' cases are dismissed and do not appear on their record. HEB Teen Court is provided by the cities of Hurst, Euless, and Bedford.

Learn more about this program by visiting the Teen Court webpage at the City of Bedford website.

2019 Teen Court Competition

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2019 Teen Court Competition     1st Place Team (Georgetown Teen Court) and the FINAL Judges: Luvenia Sanchez, City of Ft. Worth Chief Judge Danny Rodgers, and Tarrant County District Attorney Sharen Wilson







 HEB Teen Court students with Bedford Mayor Griffin imageMayor Griffin, HEB Teen Court Team: Harvest Bowman, Tiffany Glasford, Cody Smith and Judge Murphy