Prosecution Staff

About the Prosecution Staff and Juvenile Court
The juvenile justice system functions differently from the adult justice system. Juvenile courts tend to gear penalties towards rehabilitation rather than punishment, judges rather than juries decide cases, and records of offenses can be sealed after two years. The juvenile crime is called an act of delinquency.

Juvenile Courts have their own special rules, procedures, and terminology.
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Responsibilities
The Juvenile Court Division of the DeKalb District Attorney's Office is responsible for prosecuting cases against juveniles handled formally in front of the Juvenile Court. The office has 20 staff members comprised of:
  • Six Assistant District Attorneys
  • Five Investigators
  • One Victim Advocate
  • Three Paralegals
  • Four Secretaries
  • One Office Administrator